Port Vale’s Official Supporters Club will be holding a bucket collection in aid of the “Stand Together” Lorne St stand initiative during the home game with Crawley Town.
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The Lorne Street stand is one of the main home stands at Vale Park, the home stadium of Port Vale FC. Redevelopment began in 2001 but remains incomplete.
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Port Vale fans have already contributed over £5,000 towards a £100,000 Go Fund Me appeal for the club’s Lorne Street stand.
Port Vale’s Official Supporters Club have launched a Go Fund Me page to raise money for the completion of the Lorne Street stand.
Port Vale owner Carol Shanahan has explained that the long-term vision for the uncompleted part of the Lorne Street stand would be the creation of a family area. But she says the club’s immediate priorities lie elsewhere.
Port Vale owner Carol Shanahan has told BBC Radio Stoke that there will be a major development for the unfinished half of the Lorne Street stand during the summer.
Port Vale FC has released a number of images showing proposed plans to enhance the area around the Lorne Street player’s tunnel.
In a response to an opinion piece on OVF, owner Norman Smurthwaite has given an update on ground developments.
A brief gallery showing a couple of changes to Vale Park that were evident during the opening game against Wycombe Wanderers.
Further posts in the OVF forum from Chairman Norman Smurthwaite have claimed that the Vale Park stadium is valued at £9m.
Chairman Norman Smurthwaite has said he will attempt to add some more seats to the Lorne Street stand ahead of the new season.
Yes, hindsight is a fine thing, but Rob Fielding argues that an alternative design for the Lorne Street stand would have been a better option for the club.
Port Vale Supporters Club have published details of a meeting with Norman Smurthwaite during which the owner asked fans to send in their wish lists and also wants to know if there would be support for completing the unfinished part of the Lorne St stand during the season.
In a wide-ranging phone-in on BBC Radio Stoke, Port Vale chairman Paul Wildes told fans that the club planned to relay the Vale Park pitch and also complete the unfinished half of the Lorne Street stand.