He said: “We’re going up there most evenings, we’re going to be working flat out. “We’re all doing it, all the players and the members.
“We have all the skills we need, it’s whether or not we have the time.
“We’re working a lot more hours than we planned.
“People will be able to get changed, but I don’t know if they’ll be able to have a shower or somewhere to eat.
“We’ve got no electricity at the moment as unfortunately all the cabling was pinched.”
Jeremy Hunt, from MPH Building, said it had been a challenge to install the £10,000 portable building.
He said: “As soon as they got planning permission we set the wheels in motion.
“It’s one we’ve got in stock so we were able to deliver it immediately.
“It was quite a challenging delivery as access is difficult.
“We had to use land at Park View Livery and set up a crane to unload our transporters and then transfer the three sections across some farmer’s fields.
“We went above and beyond what we would normally do.”