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Farsley Celtic supporters launch crowdfunder to improve disabled access

Farsley Celtic Supporters Club has launched a fundraiser to improve disabled access and facilities at the ground.

The Supporters Club Committee has set up the ‘Farsley Celtic Supporters Fund’ which will raise cash to be spent on projects which will improve the match-day experience of supporters of all the teams which represent Farsley Celtic.

This season they are aiming to raise £3,000 to improve disabled access and facilities at The Citadel and to fund improvements which will make the ground as inclusive as possible.

A supporters club spokesperson said fundraising initiatives like this were common at other semi-professional clubs, but this was the first time Farsley Celtic had attempted it. He added: “We believe that everyone has the right to watch our club in comfort.”

Initially they are looking to raise £500 to provide two ramps which will give easy wheelchair access to the disabled seating area in front of the Shed End and to the club shop behind the John Palmer Stand.

Any additional money raised will be set aside for improving matchday toilet facilities at The Citadel.

The Farsley Celtic Supporters Club Committee will manage the ‘Farsley Supporters Fund’ and is keen to hear from supporters about how they think the match day experience of fans at The Citadel can be improved.

More information on how to donate can be found here.

If you would prefer to make a monthly direct debit to the Supporters Fund, contact supporters club chairman John Stubbs for details.

For further information, contact John Stubbs on 07904 187327.

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