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TNS boss Mike Harris revealed today that the club plans to install a state-of-the-art artificial pitch in Oswestry.
The all-weather surface at Oswestry Town's former Park Hall Stadium will be a fall-back position should plans for a new Council project at Oswald Park fail to materialise.
"All being well within the next few years we will have a brand new stadium somewhere in the town," says Harris.
"In addition to that, we are looking to convert Park Hall, which suffers from waterlogging problems, to an artificial pitch.
"It gives us the ability, if Oswald Park doesn't happen, to have that site as an option."
Last month it emerged that the Council's plans are likely to be scaled down following a feasibility study.
TNS will continued to play in Llansantffraid until a Uefa-compliant 3,000 seat stadium over the border is completed - a move sanctioned by both the FAW and Uefa.
In the meantime, work has been completed on upgrading the floodlighting system at Treflan to 500 Lux with the aid of a grant from the FAW.
Park Hall is currently used for reserve and youth team football.
9 May 2021