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GROUND DEVELOPMENT FUND - PHASE TWO
Installing the half time score board Seven Sisters end Without doubt, the team are exceeding all expectations on the pitch, and congratulations to all at KLTFC for making this happen.
At the start of this season, I think all supporters of the Club would have honestly been happy with a mid-table finish. However, being top of the league at this stage of the season brings promotion to the National League (Level 5 - or Non League Step 1 if you prefer) closer to reality.
The massive and necessary development programme carried out to the infrastructure at The Walks Stadium this season has hopefully satisfied all of the ground regulation requirements at Step 2. It must be noted however, that should KLTFC achieve promotion to the National League, yet more ground development work will have to be carried out. Floodlight upgrade, yet more turnstiles and more toilet facilities to name just three of the areas that will require attention.
After the success of the last GDF project co-ordinated by the Blue & Gold Supporters’ Trust which raised over £4,000 towards the cost of the new turnstiles, it has been decided to reinstate this fund. The intention is to help alleviate the costs of any further necessary infrastructure projects identified as ground development requirements, particularly if promotion is achieved.
Donations to the GDF can be made via the PAYPAL process below. Payments must identify that the donation is for the GDF. Alternatively, cheques made payable to The Blue & Gold Trust can be forwarded to The Blue & Gold Trust, 39 King John Avenue, King’s Lynn PE30 4QB. Cheques must be annotated on the back as for the GDF.
As was the case in the last GDF project, all donations will be deposited in a separate Trust bank account. The thermometer on the homepage of this website will be updated as donations are received.
The Trust will kick off this fundraising project by donating a small sum which includes the profit from the recent auction of KLFC programmes. The initial target will be £1000 but will be increased if the project proves popular.