Latest image from Bracknell Town FC’s the Larges Lane redevelopment

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Bracknell Town Football Club chairman Kayne Steinborn-Busse has shared the latest image from the Larges Lane redevelopment.

The new image is another wide angle one which shows all the artificial surface laid and work ongoing to ‘cut in’ pitch markings.

A message posted on the clubs twitter account by the chairman reads ‘One more roll to go and the 3G will be down. Then the lines are cut in and finally the infill. @velocitysportuk doing a great job’.

https://twitter.com/KAYNESB2014/status/793872768173543424

Earlier this week the club posted an image of the surface laying underway with rolls of ‘turf visible in the background.

The turf being laid at the Quinton Stand end of Larges Lane. Photo: @bracknelltownfc
The turf being laid at the Quinton Stand end of Larges Lane. Photo: @bracknelltownfc

We have been busy sharing images from the ground as it starts to come together in recent weeks, including the flattening of the ‘Bracknell bobble’ and FootballinBracknell will be running a live ‘first look’ behind the scenes at the ground on Saturday morning. Details here or to receive a notification of our ‘live event’, please like our facebook page here:

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All images on this page are courtesy of @bracknelltownfc

Bracknell supporter Barry Todd paid the site a visit on Thursday morning and sent us this image of work going on ‘off the pitch’ – the view shows a new stand being constructed on the back of the changing room block.

Building a new stand at Larges Lane. Photo: Barry Todd.
Building a new stand at Larges Lane. Photo: Barry Todd.
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