Prenton Park is a place of pride for everyone associated with the Club and a place we all call home, and we can't wait to get back to. However, with no constant maintenance since March due to the COVID-19 outbreak, it was in need of a clean up to be at the high standard that we all expect.
Since the initiative started, we have had more than 100 people sign up to volunteer and so far have had 46 people sign up to 352 hours worth of voluntary work, including cleaning both the inside and outside of the stadium.
When talking about why she got involved in the 'Project Prenton Park', Rovers fan Maria said: “I just wanted to help my local club, I have supported it since I was young and do my bit. It’s been great to work with other
people who feel the same as I do about the Club.”
Once phase one has been completed, the volunteers will move onto the second phase which will see the stadium being painted and repairs being made.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all those who have volunteered and are continuing to help with 'Project Prenton Park', your on going support means a lot to the Club.
We also extend our thanks to the Trust and the SLO’s who have also helped us during lockdown with the distribution of newsletters, season tickets brochures and fan enquiries.