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Truro On The Move
Truro On The Move
Pitching In Southern Football League Premier Division South club Truro City have issued a statement confirming that an agreement has been reached with JIL, the landowners of Treyew Road, to secure the Section 106 monies in return for vacating their home.
Thursday 21 January 21 I 08:58:55 I Photo by

This is a historic deal for the football club which will secure the club`s long-term future within the city of Truro.

 

Plans are already underway to commence on a new multi-million-pound facility which is aimed to be completed in preparation for the start of the 2022/23 season.

 

In the meantime, the club has agreed a groundshare with Toolstation Western League Premier Division side Plymouth Parkway.

 

The necessary works will be commencing there shortly to ensure that their Bolitho Park ground is brought up to the Southern League ground grading requirements.

 

The statement continues: “Although this is a sad day to be leaving our home of so many years, we are confident this is the best way to secure the long-term future of Truro City Football Club.

 

“We ask all our loyal supporters to stay with us through the short-term adjustments as we progress to our permanent home in Truro”.

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Truro On The Move
Truro On The Move
Thursday 21 January 21 I 08:58:55
Photo by

This is a historic deal for the football club which will secure the club`s long-term future within the city of Truro.

 

Plans are already underway to commence on a new multi-million-pound facility which is aimed to be completed in preparation for the start of the 2022/23 season.

 

In the meantime, the club has agreed a groundshare with Toolstation Western League Premier Division side Plymouth Parkway.

 

The necessary works will be commencing there shortly to ensure that their Bolitho Park ground is brought up to the Southern League ground grading requirements.

 

The statement continues: “Although this is a sad day to be leaving our home of so many years, we are confident this is the best way to secure the long-term future of Truro City Football Club.

 

“We ask all our loyal supporters to stay with us through the short-term adjustments as we progress to our permanent home in Truro”.

Copyright Non League Today. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to the Non League Today website as the source and a link back to the Non League Today website.
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