A club statements reads:
TIVIDALE Football & Social Club would like to place on record our appreciation to Tipton based company, GB Tyres, regarding their assistance with the recently announced ground improvement works at The Beeches.
As exclusively revealed on @TiviFCofficial and tividalefc.com last month, work has commenced on both the New Birmingham Road and Birch Crescent sides of the stadium ahead of the 2015-16 campaign.
Having provided materials, including hardcore, for the work to get underway, Club Treasurer, Richard Harrison, appreciates the generosity shown by GB Tyres towards Tividale Football & Social Club.
He said “I would like to thank GB Tyres for the materials provided to assist with our ground improvement work here at The Beeches.
“Any help or assistance provided to Tividale Football & Social Club is very much appreciated and these materials will go a long way to improving our facilities for both sets of supporters on a matchday.”
First Team Manager, Ian Long, also expressed his delight at the work commencing.
“I’m really pleased that the work has started because an awful lot of people have worked hard on the plans and ideas of how we improve the facilities here at The Beeches.
“Everyone at this football club appreciates the assistance GB Tyres have given us over the past month, likewise with Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park when they provided the 190 yellow seats for the New Birmingham Road side of the stadium.”
“These works are a major part of improving the infrastructure of this football club and taking our facilities to a very high standard.”
Nigel Purcell, of GB Tyres, said the local firm were pleased to have been able to help the club reach their target of completing the work before the end of the current campaign.
“I’m delighted that we’ve been able to assist Tividale Football & Social Club with their planned improvement work to the stadium facilities.
“The football club has experienced great success over the past 18 months, winning both the Midland Football Alliance and JW Hunt Cup respectively.
“Having personally been a member of the club for a very long time, I want the club to build on that success in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Division One South.
“I would like to think the materials we have provided will ensure better facilities for spectators and hope the improvements will benefit both the football club and local community.”
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