HEYBRIDGE chairman Gary White says the club will now consider its options after the disappointing decision by Maldon District Council to reject Swifts’ plans for a new ground.
JODY BROWN says it is important to remain realistic about Heybridge’s targets next season – despite the arrival of some top new players this summer.
LUKE CALLANDER’S popular return to Scraley Road is the highlight of some decent business in the transfer market for Heybridge so far this summer.
HEYBRIDGE will kick-off their pre-season home games with a visit from League Two Barnet.
The Bees will visit the Texo Stadium on Saturday, July 15, for a 7.30pm kick-off.
HEYBRIDGE SWIFTS are hosting the Mogwai Music Festival on Saturday, July 29.
Admission is free for the popular event which gets underway at 12.30pm at Scraley Road and runs into the evening.
LEWIS GODBOLD’S second-half double gave Swifts an incredible comeback win to avoid relegation from the Ryman North on an absorbing final afternoon of the 2016-17 season at Scraley Road.