The club would like to thank everyone who was a part of our Open Day today where we looked at our plans for our home at Nethermoor and Guiseley AFC as a whole.
The day saw more than one hundred people come through the gates and look at our drawings for the improvements to the facilities at the ground, and people were able to chat about any part of them with club staff, officials and volunteers. All parts of the local community were represented and we hope that our fans, local neighbours, elected representatives and community partners have left with a clearer understanding of what we hope to be able to offer the local area in the future. Information on the Community Foundation’s links with Action for Children and AVSED was also available, and ideas on how these activities would benefit from the improved facilities we are hoping to develop were discussed.
Visitors were able to discuss the club’s future with Chairman Phil Rogerson, Chief Executive Adie Towers and first team Manager Mark Bower, along with a cold but enthusiastic array of ground staff, matchday volunteers and representatives of the Supporters’ Club. We’d like to thank everyone from the club who helped to make the afternoon possible and welcomed visitors, helped with catering and answered questions.
Here’s Adie Towers’ thoughts after the day had finished.