Public Inquiry for Peoples StadiumThe club has received a news release from the Government Office for the North West, regarding to the Secretary of State's decision on the new stadium."The Secretary of State is of the opinion that a public inquiry should be held with regard to the new stadium application. The public inquiry starts today and it will be made by the Planning Inspectorate from Bristol."Whilst we are initially devastated to receive this news, this is not an insurmountable obstacle. The Warrington community has already illustrated its passion for a new stadium in the town. The Club with the support of the people of Warrington will launch a new stadium campaign to demonstrate the desire for a new home for the Wolves. The Club would just like to assure the Wolves fans that this is only a temporary setback and we will be doing all in our power to build a new stadium.Wolves chairman Doug Hoyle spoke exclusively to Wolf Web, "We're very dissapointed with the public inquiry decision and this puts us in difficult situation. However I'm sure that the people of Warrington to back us both financially and morally and that we will win through in the end."
11, Jan, 2001