THERE has been significant movement on and off the pitch at Home Park in recent weeks.
On the field, the team’s astonishing rise from the foot of the Sky Bet League One table into eighth place, with one defeat in their last fourteen matches, has been rapid.
Off the pitch, members of staff have been preparing to move from their offices at Home Park to their temporary offices at Plumer House, in Crownhill, while the New Mayflower Grandstand is being built.
Argyle Community Trust and Academy staff began the migration last month, with the rest of the administrative staff set to join them on Monday, February 19. The exceptions are the Superstore and Ticket Office, which will retain a presence at the ground.
“It’s a football club moving in the right direction,” said manager Derek Adams. “It’s improving year on year and we are moving out of the offices we are in.
“We are doing that because we are building a new grandstand and that’s another positive note.
“On the pitch the improvements have been year on year since the club has come out of administration and that’s a good thing.”
The club’s non match-day operations will remain largely off-site until the completion of the Grandstand in the summer of 2019.
There may be some minor disruption of normal service during the relocation, especially on Friday, and we ask supporters for their patience.
As the club will be sharing office space at Plumer House, there is controlled access to the building and limited on-site parking, so visits should be by appointment whenever possible.
Club mail should continue to be addressed to Home Park, and existing telephone numbers will be unaffected – although there may be a little disruption to services during the move.