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Binfield FC’s Hill Farm Lane already looking very different

Binfield FC’s Hill Farm Lane already looking very different

Binfield Football Clubs latest development continues to grow at a terrific pace with what appears to be an almost complete building in place of what was the ‘shed’ at Hill Farm Lane.

‘Almost complete’ isn’t quite true of course, there’s an awful long way to go in the process for the Moles who have a master plan for the development but it’s certainly great to see so much progress being made.

Binfield FC’s Hill Farm Lane ground is undergoing more than £300,000 worth of redevelopment in 2017, as part of the ‘staged’ capital project over two years, which includes improved changing facilities, car parking, disabled access improvements, pitch safety fencing and pitch irrigation.

Back in January we posted an aerial view of what was happening at the home of the Moles here with the current building being the new changing room block replacing the ‘shed’ which was removed on New Years Eve 2016

A view of the development at Hill Farm Lane. Photo: Glenn Duggleby.

A view of the development at Hill Farm Lane. Photo: Glenn Duggleby.

A bit closer..

A closer view at Binfield FC. Photo: Glenn Duggleby.

A closer view at Binfield FC. Photo: Glenn Duggleby.

Look at the roof..

The end of the new block at Binfield FC. Photo: Glenn Duggleby.

The end of the new block at Binfield FC. Photo: Glenn Duggleby.

Room for further development at somepoint?

The spoils of digging. Photo: Glenn Duggleby.

The spoils of digging. Photo: Glenn Duggleby.

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of FootballinBracknell. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Trinity Mirror. Manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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