Many thanks, Spurs!

Help with pitch work on Monday 11th May....
The club is extremely grateful to Tottenham Hotspur for helping out with some off season pitch maintenance at the QEII Stadium.
During these difficult times Town's ground staff were delighted to have some very welcome help from the Premier League club in advance of such time as football can safely return.
Spurs were able to bring their high-tech pitch care equipment over from its nearby Training Centre at Hotspur Way. The work carried out involved aerating and top dressing the goal areas, followed by an over-seeding and watering of the surface to give the grass the best possible chance of survival during the summer months.
Town Director Christine Hamilton said: “A big thank you Tottenham Hotspur Football Club for their help with our pitch during these difficult times. Darren Baldwin and his team carried out the remedial works to both goal areas, touch lines and the odd patch in the middle. All areas were aerated, seeded, fertilised and top dressed.
“As a club owned and run by our fans, we are so grateful for this help and support and look forward to continuing our positive partnership in the near future when we come out of the pandemic restrictions".
Enfield Town and Spurs will continue to forge partnership links and Spurs have kindly been able to help with fundraising events, including regularly sending a Development side to the QEII Stadium to compete in a annual pre-season friendly. Many thanks to our neighbours!