A block of new seats have been installed in the Origin Family Stand, funded by a combination of volunteer fundraising efforts and the Wycombe Wanderers share scheme.Around 30 seats on average are damaged each matchday in the 25-year-old stadium, requiring regular maintenance to either replace the broken items or move seats from areas of the ground which are not regularly occupied by supporters.
Chairman Andrew Howard said: “The natural wear and tear of the stadium will inevitably result in broken seats and it’s been a challenge for the stadium team to continually replace or move seats to everyone who pays for a seat gets one which is fully functional when they arrive.
“But now, thanks to the selfless fundraising of our supporters and investments into the share scheme, we’ve been able to pay for a whole new block of seats to ease the burden.
“The success of the share scheme will reflect the extent to which we are able to make improvements around the stadium and around the club to make Adams Park an attractive venue 365 days a year. The early signs have been extremely promising and Wycombe Wanderers is making good progress towards becoming a sustainable supporter-owned club.”
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