Cambridgeshire-based construction business Mick George Ltd donate £47k to Parson Drove football club
- Credit: F.C Parsons Drove
A Cambridgeshire-based construction company has donated more than £45,000 to Parson Drove football club.
Mick George Ltd, based in Huntingdon, has given £47,000 to the club to upgrade their grounds to a semi-professional level.
The club’s existing amenity at Main Road, Parson Drove, Wisbech is suitable to host Step 5 and 6 standard football matches.
However, after a £91,500 investment, including Mick George’s £47,000, the location is now adequate to hold matches at a higher level.
The new features include; a 100-person grandstand, pitch protection netting, shelter and dugouts, perimeter hard-standing and fencing, as well as an improved play area for visitors.
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Gary Steven Haime, chairman at F.C Parson Drove said: “The transformation will be huge for the future of our football club, enabling us to move to a semi-professional standard, bringing high profile games back to the area.
“The amenity is a focal point to the local community, so we’re very grateful to Mick George Ltd for their contribution.”
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The enhancements aren’t due to stop there. Plans are also being made to improve the car park, expand the pavilion and create an indoor facility to engage a more diverse audience.
Jon Stump, joint CEO at Mick George, said: “F.C Parson Drove seem to be a club that is moving forward and keen to develop.
“That is something that our business would always advocate, so anything we can do to assist would always be welcomed.”