Track Fitness and Boxing Club say they are pleased that their lease has been extended.
However, they also add that while is good news, it is just a stay of execution and they are unable to plan for the future.
Commenting on the news that they have been granted permission to stay until 31 March 2020, Volunteer Jordon Thorne said;
“While I am pleased that East Riding of Yorkshire Council has offered us this stay of execution, it does little to reassure us and our members that we will be able to plan and look to the future.”
“We welcome the continued support from the public, residents in the area and local public officials. However, we will certainly continue to fight this decision to evict us which ultimately will force our gym to close.”
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“I really welcome this piece of news as it will help everyone involved find a long-term solution for the club’s future.”
Mr Thorne is certainly keen not to let the shocking decision by the council to drift out of the news. He is urging people to get behind them and secure this vital local asset.
“I would like to remind people that we have an online petition and would urge anyone who has not done to sign it.”
“Also we asking people to send us their comments directly and share their views on the pending eviction.”
“To lose this club will have a detrimental impact on the youth within the area and also the wider community.”
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