Wanderers Resign from league
Caernarfon Wanderers have resigned
Caernarfon Wanderers have submitted there resignation from the League for the coming season.
Wanderers who have been members for Two years and gain promotion to Division One at the first time of asking,
They where also involved in the highest attendance at a football match in North Wales when nearly 2.000 atended there match with local rivals Caenarfon Town.
The League would like to thank the Wanderers committee for all there hard work during there short time with the league, and wish them well in the future.
Dear Ron & Eric,
Following my conversation with the both of you earlier this evening I write to confirm the future of C.P.D. Caernarfon Wanderers F.C.
Unfortunately due to the long term financial and planning commitments for the club we have to withdraw our membership from the Welsh Alliance League with immediate effect.
As you know, the club was formed in 2007 with a project aim of saving The Cae Top Playing Fields. Over the past couple of years the New Ysgol Yr Hendre has been built next to the Cae Top playing fields. Gwynedd Council has announced that the new sc school is to adopt the field in the very near future.
Currently the club have 20 months on the current lease for the existing containers which have been converted into changing rooms. Therefore the club has 20 months to raise the much needed funds towards a grant and all the planning, drawings and specifications required to fulfil this development.
During the past few months the board have been working hard to raise the funds required for the targeted grants and have tried to extend the planning permission by a further two years with the request being turned down.
As a result the club’s board have decided that we have completed our initial project of saving Cae Top for the future of the community’s use and will not proceed with the huge task of working towards permanent changing rooms which would take some years, which we do not have.
We apologise sincerely to the league and the club’s involved for the inconvenience.
We thought it would be better to withdraw today rather than mid way through the season which would be unfair for all other clubs.
Can I take this opportunity to thank all of the league’s members and clubs for accepting us into the league and given us the opportunity to compete at this level.
On behalf of C.P.D. Caernarfon Wanderers F.C.’s members I wish all the club’s and the league all the best for the future.
C.P.D. Caernarfon Wanderers F.C.
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