WORK BEGINS ON CONTINGENCY PLAN AT RAINWORTH
Work begins on contingency plan
mansfieldtown.net, Wed 16 Nov 2011
Work has begun this week to develop Rainworth Miners Welfare's Kirklington Road Ground, as part of a contingency plan which will allow us to be promoted this season.
Whilst staying at Field Mill is our preferred option, the development of Kirklington Road as a back up plan is necessary to fulfil Football League criteria.
Chairman John Radford said: "We're starting to develop Kirklington Road as a contingency measure and work is now underway, starting with developing the car park.
"I'm confident Paul Cox can get us in a top five finish. I now have to do my part to allow us to be promoted this season.
"This work [on Kirklington Road] has been agreed with Rainworth Miners Welfare."
Work starts on 'Plan B'
chad.co.uk, Wednesday 16 November 2011
MANSFIELD Town began to make improvements to neighbours Rainworth Miners Welfare's Kirklington Road ground this week just in case they need the stadium as 'Plan B' for promotion.
Club director Steve Hymas is pictured on site on Monday as the diggers begin to surface the overflow car park.
Stags are still battling through the courts for the ownership of Field Mill with former chairman and landlord Keith Haslam.
But Mansfield need a 10-year lease on a ground by March and, having agreed with the Wrens a deal to share their nest if needed, early work which does not require any planning position began on Monday as chairman John Radford tries to stay one step ahead.
“As a contingency measure, we're starting to develop Kirklington Road and work is now underway, beginning with the expansion of the car park,” said Radford.
“I'm confident Paul Cox can get us in a top five finish. I now have to do my part to allow us to be promoted this season.
“This work (on Kirklington Road) has been agreed with Rainworth Miners Welfare.”
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