The fans involved are those of Wrexham and
Wrexham’s chairman and owner Alex Hamilton is still pledging to bulldoze the Racecourse Ground but the attentions of the fans are turning to Woking in Surrey, the home of Andy Smith the chairman of property company United Plotholders Association (UPA).
They believe Smith has stood in the way of a genuine buy out of the club and with the permission and assistance of the Surrey police they will be marching through
Organiser Marcus Viveash said, “We do not want to inconvenience any
The March will take place a week on Saturday, 17th September, prior to Wrexham’s League Two fixture at Leyton Orient.
A second public enquiry has been held and the report is now with Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott, he has promised a decision by 31st October. Brighton Chief Exec Martin Perry said, “This is our last chance to get our message across and we want as many fans as possible to come out and march to the conference.”
I think any of us who have been to the Withdean will support any moves by Brighton to get their new stadium, and if any of you are in Brighton on that day, or indeed
Clubs who lose their grounds are without doubt at great risk, somehow