Sandhurst Town launch fundraising drive to beat vandals

Sandhurst Town's Bottom Meadow ground. Photo: Mark Pugh.

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Hellenic League Division 1 East side Sandhurst Town’s Bottom Meadow ground has been hit by vandals twice in the last two weeks.

A week ago seats were ripped out of the clubs main stand and an outside tap was damaged causing a small flood at the ground.

On Friday night vandals got in again throwing litter around the ground and smashing external lights.

In total over the last two weeks, thousands of pounds worth of damage has been caused to Bottom Meadow, and the Fizzers are fighting back.

Can you help?

Sandhurst have setup a JustGiving page to raise £3,500 to fix the damage and install security cameras at the ground.

If you are able to help the Fizzers please click the link here and donate.

What are we doing?

FootballinBracknell has made an offer to any local business able to significantly financially support this endeavour or arrange for CCTV to be installed for the club and that is that we’ll run an ad for the business FREE on FiB for the entirety of the coming season. Thats an an average reach of 8,000 people a month.

If you would like to contribute, or know someone or a business that could help please email [email protected] and we’ll put you and STFC together.

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