National League South: Wealdstone to start new term at home to Concord Rangers

PUBLISHED: 15:00 02 August 2017

The new stand at Grosvenor Vale, the home of National League South side Wealdstone (pic: WFC)

The new stand at Grosvenor Vale, the home of National League South side Wealdstone (pic: WFC)


Stones begin term against Beachboys, and are looking for donations to help offset cost of new stand at Grosvenor Vale

Wealdstone will begin the new National League South season on Saturday when they host Concord Rangers.

Ahead of that fixture, Stones have announced a new fundraising scheme that will enable fans and businesses to donate a seat in the new stand at Grosvenor Vale.

For a contribution of at least £60, fans can make the donation in the name of their favourite Stones player past or present.

Supporters can donate as many seats as they wish, and can also make up a team of their favourite 11 players for just £500.

Donations can be made online through the club’s Megastore, through an electronic bank transfer, or by printing off an application form from the website.

Alternatively, the donation can be made at any Stones home game, such as this weekend.

Following the clash with Concord on Saturday, Gordon Bartlett’s men hit the road on Tuesday night when they visit St Albans City.

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