Harrowby Football Club has been awarded funding towards the construction of a new, accessible spectator stand by Moy Park.
The club has received a grant of £10,000 towards overall costs for a new stand to be erected at the clubs grounds to accommodate wheelchair access for fans. As part of the plans, the club intends to create an additional section which will be a dedicated 'Quiet Area’ specifically created for its Autism Charity partner GAIN.
The club received the grant from the £1 million Community Support Fund Moy Park established in 2020 to support organisations local to its operations across Europe.
Speaking about the support Mick Atter, Chairman for Harrowby United said:
“It is fantastic to receive this support from Moy Park. This grant will go a huge way in developing our club and making a positive impact on the wider community, with a new fully accessible spectator stand. We would like to thank the team at Moy Park for their support.”
Applications to apply for a grant from the Moy Park Community Support Fund can be made via Moy Park’s website: https://moypark.com/community-support.