29 Apr 2014
RYMAN NORTH Cheshunt Football Club will be the focus of a new BBC2 documentary to be screened next Wednesday 5th March at 7pm.
Episode 7 of the popular series “Permission Impossible: Britain’s Planners”, MONTAGNAPERTA will feature the club’s application to of build new state-of-the-art training facilities at its home on Theoblds Lane.
The plans – to overhaul 16 acres of land to provide high quality playing surfaces, a sustainable irrigation system and a wholesale nba jerseys full size floodlit artificial pitch – caught the attention of BBC producers last year, with filming commencing in July.
The programme lifts the lid on the decisions ABSTRAK behind the planning approval, telling the story through the eyes, ears and drawings of the club and the planners themselves.
Cheshunt Chairman Dean Williamson said: “Inviting cameras into your work and personal Sertifikat life was a cheap jerseys surreal experience, but it’s fantastic that the BBC was interested in our application. It’s a great opportunity for us to showcase the hard work the club is undertaking to deliver first class sports facilities in grass roots football.”
The development is part of the ambitious plans currently being put in place by Cheshunt Sports Leisure Ltd who took charge in 2011. Headed by local businessmen Lee and Dean Williamson, the company has overseen a cheap MLB jerseys turnaround in the club’s fortunes with more than 15 teams, including a newly formed disability side, now playing under the Cheshunt banner. More are now being planned to take advantage of the development along with the foundation of a future football academy.
Williamson added: “Sports facilities are very important to the borough and this project will significantly improve the sports provision at Cheshunt Cookies Football Club to the benefit of the wider community. It is also a major step forward in our ambitious plans to progress to the top tier of non-league football and realise the potential of this great club.”
Work on the project has already begun with completion expected to be in 12-18 months.
Details of the project can be found on www.cfcpitchimprovements.co.uk
Pictured: Club Chairman Dean Williamson, courtesy of the Hertfordshire Mercury.Back +
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