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Towners get a little help from their friends

From White Hart Lane to Donkey Lane, Spurs help out their neighbours


Enfield Town this morning thanked their friends from White Hart Lane for helping them to look after the pitch at the Queen Elizabeth II Stadium. Spurs Head of Playing Surfaces & Estates, Darren Baldwin, took time off from looking after the training pitches at Hotspur Way to help out a friend in need, and brought his team to Town.

The work carried out involved aerating and top dressing the goal areas, followed by an over-seeding and watering of the surface, work designed to give the grass the best possible chance of survival during the summer months. No, we don't understand any of that, but the club are delighted with the help they've received!

Town Director Christine Hamilton said:

“As a club owned and run by our fans, we are so grateful for this help and support and look forward to continuing our positive partnership in the near future when we come out of the pandemic restrictions".

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Image courtesy of the Spurs Twitter Page.

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