The weather was not as good today for working outside so most painting was put on hold however the grass continued to become more visible across the pitch. It is now almost like you can watch it growing. Every time you look throughout the day there is a little bit more green showing.
The photo above is the common behind the Habbin. It could pose a problem in the future due to the seeds from the area being blown over onto the pitch surface or carried by birds between the two places.
See below the gallery of photos from today.
Paul Harrison is cleaning the tractor as part of the compound tidy up and is holding a bucket of seed which was being used to provide areas with additiona; coverage where the sprinklers have been repaired or along some of the pitch edges.
The box in the toilets shown in the photo is to manage the water usage in the toilets and works by using a sensor system. This will enable the water usage to be better managed between matches and ensure we continue to become more environmentally friendly.
Yesterday, the generator woodwork was painted black as was the barriers across the brook from the Habbin South stand
We also found the broken seat reported last night via the link on the Match Day Info page it can now be repaired click here to see more about what is on the page
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