March Town United holding consultation mornings to show off clubhouse plans

14:09 27 August 2014

March Town FC Clubhouse plans.

March Town FC Clubhouse plans.

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March Town United is asking for the public to have its say on their plans for a new clubhouse.

The Hares will hold two consultation mornings, where drawings will be on show.

Consultations will be held this Saturday at March library from 10am till noon and on Saturday, September 6 at the GER ground on Robingoodfellows Lane from 9.30-11.30am.

Chairman Phil White said: “The board of directors at the club wish the clubhouse to be made available to use by different clubs and groups in the March area and clubs don’t have to have a sporting context.

“The facility could be used as their headquarters. We would like to invite anyone to come along to the above locations to look at the drawings and a chat to see if it could work for them.

“The clubhouse will be for the community so this would be the idea time to come and have a look.”

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