However, in recent times, the town’s centre has been greatly enhanced and now boasts two modern shopping centres.These centres offer an array of high street brands; boutique shopping and café culture areas; three retail parks, an indoor market, the impressive contemporary 20-21 Visual Arts Centre and a seven-screen Vue cinema.“We hope that under Greybull ownership, the business will continue the momentum of the improvement program that has been initiated in the last 12 months,” Mr Bilmendra Jha said.“Employees and trade unions have worked closely with the Long Products Europe management team to improve the business’s prospects, putting it in a more competitive position than it has been for many years,” he added.David Mirfin’s header 11 minutes in proved the winning goal.Wanderers’ marking could certainly be faulted but no so their effort in trying to level the scores for the 80-odd minutes that followed.The equation is now startlingly straightforward; two wins and we can look forward to Championship football next season.By Good Friday it might have simplified even further but surely we daren’t dream that Fleetwood can trip up again, and also be followed by Bradford?
Coming to claim a routine cross from David Mirfin, Lawrence Vigouroux was unable to gather ahead of Wallace who the ball bounced off, what Town players were claiming to be his arm, and into the Swindon net to the home crowd’s disbelief.
A 2-1 defeat at home to Scunthorpe United was enough to condemn Swindon Town to League Two football next season.
A sun-drenched day at the County Ground soon saw the dark clouds close in as a fortuitous goal from Murray Wallace in the sixth minute gave the visitors a first-half lead.
” Oldham’s impressive and rather unexpected win over Fleetwood 84 miles away had changed the landscape of what was, in truth, a fairly ordinary performance from Phil Parkinson’s side.
At any other stage of the season the reasons behind the result would have been examined more thoroughly but at this stage in the campaign details seem trivial.