Truro City have confirmed that a deal has been reached for the club to leave Treyew Road, which they say will secure their long-term future within Truro.

The club say plans are underway to ‘hopefully commence on a new multi-million-pound facility, which is aimed to be completed in preparation for the start of the 2022/23 season.’

In the meantime, the Southern League Premier Division South club have agreed a groundshare with Plymouth Parkway.

Truro City add: “The necessary works will be commencing there shortly to ensure that their Bolitho Park ground is brought up to the Southern League ground grading requirements.

“Although this is a sad day to be leaving our home of so many years, we are confident this is the best way to secure the long-term future of Truro City Football Club.

“We ask all our loyal supporters to stay with us through the short-term adjustments as we progress to our permanent home in Truro.”

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