The continuing good weather has enabled rapid progress to be made on our two pitches. As shown in the first two pictures, the smaller training/community pitch is looking good, having …
These pictures show the second pitch with its new tarmac layer down, along with most of the perimeter fencing and support walls, all ready for the 3G ‘carpet’ to be …
Following the recent pictures showing the main pitch layers being put down, as of today the same stage has been completed for the second pitch.
Velocity have now started work on laying the main pitch. The above picture shows porous matting in place, covered by a layer of finely-ground stone.
Using state-of-the-art laser technology, the two pitches have been almost completely leveled and today, the permeable stone base is being laid.
Horsham-based Direct Security Partnership Ltd. has been appointed to manage security at the new stadium. They’ll be running our electronic security installations and are very much looking forward to working …
Linked to our own stadium development at the Hop Oast, work has now commenced at the Holbrook site, with the creation of an entrance off Jackdaw Lane.
Hornets Finance Director Mark Butler and Chairman Kevin Borrett sign the contract with sports pitch specialists Velocity, watched by Project Manager Robin Bishop
The main pitch has been levelled and the drainage balancing pit laid in order to store the water from the car park.
Now we’ve finally had a dry spell, here are some recent progress pictures.