SPAR Mid Wales League clubs will press ahead with ground developments this summer following the announcement of the Football Association of Wales Trust (FAWT) ground improvement grants.

Every year the FAW Trust invests in ground improvement schemes throughout Wales’ affiliated leagues.

The popular scheme has helped transform grounds across the country while also contributing to club’s climbing the pyramid and passing league criteria.

Llanidloes Town have been allocated funding this year with the Daffodils using the grant to enhance Victoria Avenue with additional seating and stand roof.

Elsewhere in Spar Mid Wales League One Llanfair United will continue their improvements of Mount Field with funding to provide a roof to their changing facilities.

The club has transformed its traditional home thanks to FAW Trust support during the last few years with its long running project including widening the pitch, installation of covered seating and on site changing facilities.

Knighton Town have also been granted funding to upgrade their floodlighting at Bryn-Y-Castell.

Meanwhile local rivals Bow Street and Borth United have been successful in grant application to install new dug outs.

Newbridge have been granted £7,000 to develop permanent toilet facilities at Penbont Field while Spar Mid Wales League Two rivals Hay St Marys will replace their current spectator barriers with a £3,700 grant.

Dolgellau Athletic will also benefit from this year’s round of grant support with the Wasps successful in their bid to install hard standing at the club’s Cae Marian ground.