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Bit of a shame as it was the most elevated part of Old Shielfield, but Tweedmouth dug out their west bank today, making space for their new permanent pavilion.

More skill and probably more entertainment on show there, this afternoon, than next door...

 

 

 

Edited by HibeeJibee

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Some good work going on at Tweedmouth. They are clearly working hard towards getting licensed.

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In the shorter term it's about providing EOSL-compliant facilities after the move to groundshare Shielfield Park collapsed.

Toilets, pie hut and interim pavilion have made a real difference, this will finish it off IIRC.

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On 01/12/2018 at 22:48, tamthebam said:

passed the half demolished remains of Meadowbank today. 

There's a perfectly good, and EOSFL acceptable set, of floodlights by the 3G pitch that Leith Athletic used- it's a shame no one at the Council thought to reuse them elsewhere for the good of football in Edinburgh. 

My thought was they could be re-erected at the Council owned ground at Paties Road. 

Decided to email the council about this - got a reply saying they plan to recycle the floodlights on a separate project within the city. (assume that means all the floodlights as I didn't mention the 3G ones versus the big ones)

Edited by Ginaro

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Are the stadium pylons not the originals from late 1960s? Some meccano challenge to dismantle those after 50yrs rust and deterioration and reassemble elsewhere - or a very oversize load...

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1 hour ago, Ginaro said:

Decided to email the council about this - got a reply saying they plan to recycle the floodlights on a separate project within the city. (assume that means all the floodlights as I didn't mention the 3G ones versus the big ones)

I didn't know hotels/student accomodation needed a set of football floodlights.... :rolleyes:

I always thought Whitehill should buy and re-erect a couple of the big ones to put Fergie Park on the map. In your face Bonnyrigg scum! 

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Not sure where to post this as there are a number of threads covering similar topics but good luck to all the clubs this week who have applied for licences.  The more licenced clubs, the better as far as I'm concerned.

I'm sure lots of people have put in work at various clubs and hopefully they are rewarded with a licence.

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