Carmarthen Town AFC launch appeal to help 3G pitch plan

Carmarthen Town AFC are appealing to all football fans and the community in the town to rally to the aid of the club in an exciting period in the team's history.
The club has ambitious plans to install an all-weather 3G pitch which will be of benefit to the whole community.
The plans are taking shape, but first the club plans . . . 

Supporters and Community Meeting
Richmond Park on MONDAY 11th May at 7pm

The club continues to operate at pace with a number of ongoing initiatives gaining momentum.
The principal objective is to secure a state of the art artificial pitch known as 3G for the community of Carmarthen.
Some 75% of the expenditure has already been obtained leaving a shortfall of approx £120,000 and in addition to securing the additional funds work is ongoing to plan for its future use.
This facility will considerably raise the profile of the whole town within West Wales.
Running parallel to this is the preparation of a development plan with the concerted aim of producing local players to play on the national stage.
It will completely revolutionise the opportunities available to improve their technical skills.
A number of other carefully planned objectives have been set, which, if completed will set the club’s agenda of continued improvement for a number of years.
It will cement all that has been achieved at Richmond Park in past years – examples of progress made has been a 1000 seater Grandstand, modern Dressing Rooms and a Community Centre of note – all of these combined to make the ground the most advanced in the League.
However, as always, there is one negative which could thwart all the good intentions, in this case a small volunteer base with too much in the hands of too few – we urgently need a collective social endeavour in which smart teams of helpers perform little tasks, according to their interest.
The assistance required is not confined to football as our community initiatives include partnerships with a number of relevant organisations.
Their interests also need to be protected.
We appeal for community and football supporters, regardless of age or gender, to turn up in droves at Richmond Park on MONDAY 11th May at 7pm. It is only by doing so that our future within the Welsh Premier League can be maintained.
This in itself will ensure that our ambitious programme, community and football, will go from strength to strength.
Ar ran cyfarwyddwyr y clwb gobeithio byddwch fel cefnogwyr yn dod i’r cyfarfod pwysig yma er mwyn dangos eich cefnogaeth a hefyd eich awydd i weld y clwb yn datblygu fel hwb cymunedol.
‘More than just a football club’


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