Vanarama Conference club Alfreton Town have enjoyed a very good week of progress both on and off the field.
Nicky Law’s side recorded back-to-back victories over the past two Saturday’s, both with clean sheets, to move three points clear of the relegation zone.
On top of that, the club have taken pride in announcing that the freehold purchase of the ground has been concluded with Amber Valley Borough Council.
Chairman Wayne Bradley outlined the importance of the cub purchasing the Impact Arena stadium.
“It is with delight and satisfaction that I am able to confirm the conclusion of the freehold purchase of the club’s home, the Impact Arena,” said Bradley.
“The purchase has been made from the previous landlords, Amber Valley Borough Council, and I would like to thank all parties from the borough who helped with making the purchase a smooth and trouble free transaction.
“A significant, but reasonable and acceptable figure was agreed for the purchase of the land which will be registered in the name of the football club.
“The acquisition of the club’s home will add very important security and greatly help with any applications for future grant aid to assist in the development of the current facilities,” ended Bradley.