Penycae Football Club were delighted this week when we were invited along to be presented with a cheque for £1000 in order to help improve our facilities to enable more spectators with disabilities to access the club. The day wasn’t without sadness as we witnessed our friends at the Wrexham Disability Trust finalise the closing of their fantastic organisation, which has helped the local communities in Wrexham for many decades. We were invited, along with other fantastic organisations to be presented with the generous donations so that communities can continue to benefit from the work the Trust have done over the years, even in its closure. The money will help us finish the work we have already commenced with this summer, to build a disability friendly spectators’ area, with both indoor and outdoor zones. This will be connected to our existing hard standing and will have ramp access and wheelchair bays. The club were represented on the day by Colin Jackson (Chairman) and Robert Salisbury (Commercial Manager) and received their Cheque from the Deputy Mayor of Wrexham, upon receiving this Robert gave a few words of thanks to the trust and everyone in the room, and outlined the plans for the money, which was greatly received. Once again, the club would like to extend its gratitude for the donation, the funds will go a long way in helping us improve the access to our club and will be a huge benefit to everyone in the community.