HA Civils took part in FA Parklife, were they donated and installed a handrail for Little Heath playing fields in Speke.
Marcus Cors (Quarry Bank Manager) Managing Director of Provsec Limited is a manager of local adult football clubs and has been so for over 18 years. He got in touch with a contact at the Liverpool County Premier League and the local council in order to request the installation of the handrail. He was immensely pleased with the outcome and said ‘without a crowd barrier in previous years the club wasn’t allowed to progress past division 1.’
Marcus said ‘I immediately contacted our club president who is on the committee for the Liverpool County Premier League and said that I could get the crowd barrier put in if the City Council allowed it. Alan Morrow from Liverpool City Council came on board and he has been exceptional in pushing for this whole project to be completed.
I would like to take this opportunity to express my sincere gratitude to HA Civils and Kier for the fantastic job done in putting the crowd barrier in at our football pitch, Little Heath Playing Fields in Speke.
In July 2018 our crowd barrier was fitted by HA Civils. We are now in division 1 and played our first home game on Saturday which we won 4-1. As a team and a club we are now in a great position to win this league and go into the premiership, unlike years ago.’
In addition to our handrail donation and build, HA Civils took part in a 5 a side football match for charity. Friday morning kicked off with an exciting visit from Liverpool & England right back, Trent Alexander-Arnold. Unfortunately a win was not to be for the HA Civils football team but we enjoyed participating and helping the community with the FA Parklife project.