Great Harwood Rovers Move To New Site

Members of Great Harwood Rovers Football Club are looking forward to playing matches at their new ground just off Harwood Lane in January, after plans for 217 new houses were approved for their previous home, Lyndon Playing Fields.

Council Leader, Cllr Miles Parkinson, said; “This is a superb new sports facility for Great Harwood. As part of the planning gain from the new Lyndon Park housing development, Great Harwood Rovers Football Club have moved to new football pitches just off Harwood Lane, with over half a million pounds being invested in new facilities there. Phase one of the project, four new FA and Sport England standard pitches and a car parking area is already complete, with  Phase two, new changing facilities, set to be constructed later this year.”

Andy Counsell, Great Harwood Football Club Trustee, said; “We’ve been waiting a long time for this. The pitches will be a lot better than what we play on at the moment so it should mean we get more games on them.”

L-R Great Harwood Rovers Trustees Mark Pickup and Tony Jones, Council Leader, Cllr Miles Parkinson, Gt Harwood Cllr Jenny Molineux, Great Harwood Rovers Trustee Andy Counsell, Gt Harwood Cllrs Cllr Bernadette Parkinson and Cllr Noordad Aziz.

L-R Great Harwood Rovers Trustees Mark Pickup and Tony Jones, Council Leader, Cllr Miles Parkinson, Great Harwood Cllr Jenny Molineux, Great Harwood Rovers Trustee Andy Counsell, Great Harwood Cllrs Cllr Bernadette Parkinson and Cllr Noordad Aziz.