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Local media has reported that supporters of Grimsby Town Football Club have launched a petition in support of the club's plans to build a new stadium on land off Peaks Parkway.

The move follows the approval by North East Lincolnshire Council of a 12-month period of exclusivity in which the club will look at how land between Peaks Parkway and Weelsby Avenue could be redeveloped into a new 14,000-seat stadium and retail facility.

However, a council meeting on 25 November was presented with a 450-signature document opposing the plans, and this led to the launch of an online petition and Twitter campaign by a supporters group called 'GTFCsayYES'.

The club has been seeking a new stadium site for some time and, after losing a bid to use land in Great Coates, is now focusing on the Peaks Parkway site, currently home to allotments and a former council depot.

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Local media has reported that supporters of Grimsby Town Football Club have launched a petition in support of the club's plans to build a new stadium on land off Peaks Parkway.
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