Decision on Deva Stadium bid to be announced next week
Written by City Fans United   
Thursday, 29 April 2010 12:00

This morning, CFU committee members Chris Pilsbury, Mike Vickers, David Evans, and Jim Green, met with officials from Cheshire West and Chester Council, at the HQ Building in Chester.


In that meeting, the CFU proposal for the lease to the Deva Stadium was put forward and will now be considered by CWaC officials.


We have been advised that a final decision will be made early next week, which will be in time for our finalised application to be sent to the Football Association.

 
We would like to thank Cheshire West & Chester Council for their efficient handling of the matter and look forward to their decision.


City Fans United remain confident that our application will be successful, and a further statement will be issued as soon as we know the outcome.

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City Fans United would also like to remind their members of the April Members meeting taking place at The Home Guard Club, in Canal Street, Chester, tonight at 8pm.

Included in tonight's meeting will be the second inductee into the CFU Hall of Fame, with one true legend bring honoured this evening.

Members need to show their CFU cards to gain access to the meeting, and for those who have membership numbers 1578 through to 1672, your cards will be available to collect at tonight's meeting.

New members can also join at tonight's meeting.

Last Updated on Thursday, 29 April 2010 12:14
 

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