VANDALISM AT NORTHALLERTON TOWN
Club launches Just Giving page
Northallerton Town Football Club is devastated that on the evening of 24th March the club and facilities had been broken into and vandalised.
Commercial manager Tim Swales found that our new Hospitality Suite, due to open prior to next season, had been vandalised. The Suite has been a year long project and is to help the club bring in additional revenue and see the club through these challenging times.
The vandals, under cover of night, destroyed a door to enter the Suite, smashed windows, used machinery to ruin chairs and break various items within the Suite. and put significant dents/holes in the plastering and sills.
Our volunteers have been working behind the scenes to create a unique Hospitality Suite, giving a birds eye view of the pitch and offering a matchday experience. The purpose being to raise additional income for the Club. This is vital for the future survival of the Club.
Chairman Jason Bleanch said:
“Due to the overwhelming support we’ve had following the mindless vandalism we have created a JustGiving page. In the current climate, with football on a break and people struggling in so many ways, we will be grateful to anyone who can help us restore our facilities and increase our ability to protect them against this happening again. We’ve received many messages of support from our fellow Clubs and the wider community. On behalf of the Club, thank you for your support.”
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