The Deepdale Stadium tannoy system is having a complete overhaul during the summer, with the work already well underway.
As was announced last season, the Sir Tom Finney tannoy system needed a complete overhaul. With a cost being a large five figure sum. At the time the money was not available to undertake the work, however, the summer hiatus has given the Club the opportunity to deliver necessary undertakings to complete the project.
Speaking about the upgrade, general manager Ben Rhodes said: “We are delighted to be able to confirm that a completely new tannoy system is being fitted in the Sir Tom Finney Stand.
“The first stage of the works is already complete and the second stage begins shortly, which will all be completed well before our home pre-season friendly against Blackburn Rovers on 23rd July.
“The company providing the installation, TG Baker, will also be maintaining the rest of the stadium, so that it is all in good working order ahead of the new season.
“We would like to thank supporters for their patience over this matter and hope that the new system increases the enjoyment for those who use the Sir Tom Finney Stand on a regular basis.”