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Barnsley Dave
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Nov 10, 2017, 11:20 AM

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Looks like Bracknell Town will be making a short distance move in the future
http://www.bracknelltownfc.com/...evelopment-Plans.pdf


Chris1963
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Nov 10, 2017, 9:16 PM

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Looks like Bracknell Town will be making a short distance move in the future
http://www.bracknelltownfc.com/...evelopment-Plans.pdf


If you read the report carefully, it's clear that this is probably nothing to do with the first team moving. They are just helping a local school improve its facilities, and there would not have been any point in rebuilding their Larges Lane ground last year if they were going to move first team games away from it.


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leohoenig
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I would take this as redevelopment on the current site, but worth checking the plans if approved
http://www.pitchero.com/...ltation-2098932.html



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TC of Berks
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Dec 6, 2017, 5:05 PM

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Bit late to spot this one, but as far as we know it's a development for the junior teams in partnership with the school. It's not far between the two.



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Chelsea Spud
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Dec 15, 2017, 11:46 PM

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Turns out that Ashford fc of Kent County League have played their last game at Appledore Rec as tomorrows game is off. Ashford are regular issuers and will be playing at Ham Street in the new year


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Turns out that Ashford fc of Kent County League have played their last game at Appledore Rec as tomorrows game is off. Ashford are regular issuers and will be playing at Ham Street in the new year

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cherryhopper
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Dec 22, 2017, 11:43 PM

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Reported elsewhere on this forum but thought I should mention it on this thread that planning permission has been granted to build a new crematorium on Huntingdon United's Jubilee Park ground with the club being rehoused in a proposed new sports hub on adjacent land.


Deaf Leopard
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Jan 14, 2018, 11:09 AM

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Talking to some officials at Hoddesdon yesterday, they told me this season is set to be Broxbourne Borough's last at Goffs Lane. The ground is apparently being sold for housing at the end of the season. They are moving somewhere nearby, but not sure where that leaves Woodford Town?


Mishi
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Jan 14, 2018, 5:59 PM

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Without wanting to go into detail, but with problems with our landlords, I'd seriously suggest adding Champion Hill to your trips this season, if you have not been to Dulwich Hamlet before.



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cherryhopper
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Feb 27, 2018, 10:38 PM

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Mentioned on the Restructuring thread that this looks like the last season for Ball Haye Green at their current venue.

Get there quick!
http://www.stokesentinel.co.uk/...l-club-loses-1097437
Ball Haye Green's remaining home fixtures and dates on their Pitchero site differ to the fixtures grid on the league's which looks like it is run by clubwesite. One fixture which both sites agree on is Wednesday 4th April vs Woolstanton United (1930). That's the game myself and no doubt many more vultures will be targettingTongue.


oftenscore6
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Mentioned on the Restructuring thread that this looks like the last season for Ball Haye Green at their current venue.

Get there quick!
http://www.stokesentinel.co.uk/...l-club-loses-1097437
Ball Haye Green's remaining home fixtures and dates on their Pitchero site differ to the fixtures grid on the league's which looks like it is run by clubwesite. One fixture which both sites agree on is Wednesday 4th April vs Woolstanton United (1930). That's the game myself and no doubt many more vultures will be targettingTongue.

Had noted that one myself!



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rambler77
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Mar 3, 2018, 6:20 PM

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Coventrians (Midland League) have tweeted that they will be moving their senior teams to the ground on Bennetts Road North.

This is currently being used by Coventry Colliery FC in the Coventry Alliance, but Coventrians will have sole use of the ground.



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leohoenig
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Coventrians (Midland League) have tweeted that they will be moving their senior teams to the ground on Bennetts Road North.

This is currently being used by Coventry Colliery FC in the Coventry Alliance, but Coventrians will have sole use of the ground.


So where will Colliery go? Or are the dissapearing altogether?
I suppose there will be a field on Holbrooks Road that comes available!



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rambler77
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Coventrians (Midland League) have tweeted that they will be moving their senior teams to the ground on Bennetts Road North.

This is currently being used by Coventry Colliery FC in the Coventry Alliance, but Coventrians will have sole use of the ground.


So where will Colliery go? Or are the dissapearing altogether?
I suppose there will be a field on Holbrooks Road that comes available!


No idea regarding Colliery. I did ask Coventrians in a tweet if the two clubs would be allocated a pitch each, but was told that would not be the case.

With regards to Holbrooks Park - this will be used by Coventrians youth teams only.



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DesselSportFan
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Landkey Tn in the North Devon League have asked to be relegated for next season as the continued drainage problems mean it is not suitable for North Devon prem football.


If the league refuses they have indicated they will fold.


Eastside, who currently groundshare at Landkey have informed the league that they will be playing at Tarka Tennis Centre, Barnstaple, from the start of next season.


Richard Rundle
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News from Truro City:

"AN AGREEMENT has been reached between the parties for Truro City FC to play at Treyew Road for the 2018/19 season.
This means that supporters will be saved from making 170-mile round trip to Torquay to watch their team play home matches.
Chairman Peter Masters said: “I had to prepare for all eventualities, including ground sharing with Torquay United, however after some very tough negotiations I was able to secure another season which will hopefully now see a seamless transition to the new Stadium for Cornwall with the added bonus of allowing us to participate in the play-offs and accept promotion to The National League if the opportunity presents itself."

Good news for Truro City fans, and for all those who still need to tick off Treyew Road.


bee007
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Mar 12, 2018, 2:59 PM

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News from Truro City:

"AN AGREEMENT has been reached between the parties for Truro City FC to play at Treyew Road for the 2018/19 season.
This means that supporters will be saved from making 170-mile round trip to Torquay to watch their team play home matches.
Chairman Peter Masters said: “I had to prepare for all eventualities, including ground sharing with Torquay United, however after some very tough negotiations I was able to secure another season which will hopefully now see a seamless transition to the new Stadium for Cornwall with the added bonus of allowing us to participate in the play-offs and accept promotion to The National League if the opportunity presents itself."

Good news for Truro City fans, and for all those who still need to tick off Treyew Road.

Have they started building the new ground yet, and if so is there any pictures?



The Moose
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In short, NO. Unless Kernow council agree to fund the shortfall of £6M, the new S4C ground will never get off the wish list board. It seems Truro City, the local college & Cornish Pirates need the taxpayers to bail them out, which doesn’t appear to be winning favour with one & all. Even if it did then the extra year grace probably isn’t long enough to build it from scratch. Expect this one to drag on, yet again.

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cherryhopper
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Mar 18, 2018, 10:23 PM

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Ball Haye Green's remaining home fixtures and dates on their Pitchero site differ to the fixtures grid on the league's which looks like it is run by clubwesite. One fixture which both sites agree on is Wednesday 4th April vs Woolstanton United (1930). That's the game myself and no doubt many more vultures will be targettingTongue.

Assuming the league website is more correct and up to date than their own Pitchero site, Ball Haye Green have four remaining home fixtures which are:

Sat 24th March vs Ashbourne
Sat 31st March vs Hanley Town Reserves
Wed 4th April vs Woolstanton United
Sat 21st April vs Silverdale Athletic


Barnsley Dave
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Looks like this is Sheerwaters last season at their current ground
https://www.getsurrey.co.uk/...-sheerwater-14415706


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Anyone with a burning desire to tick South Liverpool's North Field ground (.. or field) better hurry as the word is we're aiming to move into the new sports hub that's just started being built further down Jericho Lane in September.


oftenscore6
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St Pat's Athletic have announced plans for a new ground, to be built Europena style on top of a retail / community use centre, in Inchicore. They've not got planning permission yet and reckon it will be 2 years after that, so a while yet.



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juanjo
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Not a football ground, but a past Football League ground. Work is progressing on Burton RUFC's new ground at Tatenhill, so they will be leaving Peel Croft imminently, to become a shopping centre.

https://www.burtonmail.co.uk/whats-on/shopping/burton-rugby-club-move-work-139634

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Falmouth Town looking to go in with nearby school at Buddock Water and take on pitch their with clubhouse remaining at Bickland Park.

It is VERY SLOW progress though and I have my doubts that this will be the last season of football at Bickland Park, I maybe wrong, but too much to do to think they will be playing elsewhere in pretty well just 1 years time.


Does anyone know any update on Falmouth leaving Bickland Park?


cherryhopper
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Not a football ground, but a past Football League ground. Work is progressing on Burton RUFC's new ground at Tatenhill, so they will be leaving Peel Croft imminently, to become a shopping centre.

https://www.burtonmail.co.uk/whats-on/shopping/burton-rugby-club-move-work-139634[/reply]
Burton RUFC are hosting Staffordshire v Leicestershire this Saturday, 5th May, in the Bill Beaumont County Championship (1430). Could be the last opportunity to tick Peel Croft and also can easily be fitted in between the first and last games of the Central Midlands Hop.

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