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Re: Ground Developments
Posted by: Rafpilot2000
Date: 14/08/2017 19:20
I guess plans are one thing but council planning permission , contact costs and everything else willsy it's part. I'm guessing fir obvious reasons the stand workwont take place till at least next summer and similar for the car park.
We already have pretty good facilities so anything extra will be a real win for the club.i don't get the plastic cup argument though, as drinking out of a rigid plastic cup is far more civilised than the flimsy disposable ones we used to have. As pointed out , you get your 1 back at the end or get a souvenir for use at bbq!;-) I'm guessing you could probably use it all season if you so wished. I have never been one to hug trees as god knows the carbon footprint of my c-17 globemaster, but not throwing away 10,000?,15,000? Pint glasses a week must be a bonus.

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