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Stand Up for the Stones

Changes are afoot at the Gallagher Stadium with a major redevelopment of the north end of the ground.

The new standing terrace, which will accommodate up to 1,768 spectators, will be built during the 2016/17 season.

It will be made up of 11 double standing rows and there are also four wheelchair viewing spaces provided. The stand, which can be segregated for home and away supporters, can also be converted to all-seated at a later date should that be required.

Refreshment and toilet facilities are planned along the concourse that runs below the stand.

Subject to planning approval, works are scheduled to start in the autumn and due for completion next March. The project will increase the stadium’s capacity to more than 4,000 – meeting the requirement for the National League.

You can help with this project by donating to Stand up for the Stones.

New stand from the centre spot

View from the south east corner

New stand from the riverside

View from the Conway main stand