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Club News.

We recently announced the signing of a reversionary 15 year lease with
Folkestone & Hythe District council, which gives our club 15 years
uninterrupted tenure until June 2036.

We have been in discussions for some time regarding extending our lease,
which not only gives us longer security of tenure and the opportunity to
maximise return on investments, but also enabling us to apply for grant
funding otherwise unavailable to us. We would like to thank our MP
Damian Collins and David Monk, the leader of Folkestone & Hythe District
Council, and the council's officers for their assistance in securing this.

Our floodlights are badly in need of modernising, at the same time
making them more Eco-friendly, and thoroughly checking and updating
existing wiring.

This required obtaining full planning permission, which became a
somewhat protracted process, but we are pleased to say has now been granted.

We have been aware for a while that only two out of four bulbs on the
pylon close to the club shop worked, and would not come up to full
capacity, but could not act without full planning permission.

Thus our application for grant funding is a ground grading necessity
which usually receives more favourable consideration.

Subject to grant approval, we are looking to have this work completed by
the date that the clocks go back in October, and have confirmed with the
contractor this is possible.

This work was always going to be yet another major step forward for our
club and evidence of our determination to take the club onward and
upward whilst maintaining financial stability."