Corby Town Football Club and the Corby Town Supporters' Trust would like to thank the volunteers who gave up their time on Saturday to help the club to prepare Steel Park for the upcoming season.
A number of supporters, old and young, turned up at the stadium to carry out some key maintenance work.
Tasks completed included a clean up of the bar area, a new storage cupboard, a Supporters' Trust Office, the cleaning of the main stand, terrace and toilet facilities.
Work will continue throughout the week in the build up to next Saturday's pre-season fixture with Northampton Town at Steel Park.
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