Junior football kings Auchinleck Talbot are planning massive ground improvements.
But they have shot down any notion of making a bid to join the seniors.
The nine times Scottish Junior Cup winners will build a new enclosure opposite the present stand, with toilets, catering area and corporate facilities. Then will follow a floodlighting system of 3.5 lux standard.
The aim is to bring Beechwood Park up to bronze category ground criteria.
But long serving secretary Henry Dumigan stressed Talbot have no intention of quitting the juniors.
He said: “There are no Billy big times here. I don’t think going senior has any appeal to either the club or the fans.
“Going to Elgin on a Tuesday evening in winter is not something we would find appealing.”
Senior clubs are trying to push through change which could lead to a pyramid system and open the door for non league teams to step up.
But Dumigan said: “We see our future in the junior game. There would be an enormous cost of turning senior and it’s not something that interests us.
“However, there is talk of the bar being raised as regards ground standards for junior clubs to compete in the Scottish senior cup by 2015. We want to be ready.”
The bold scheme is being driven by the Beechwood Regeneration Committee which was formed in November.
A spokesman revealed: “The first and imminent project is a replacement enclosure to be constructed on the Main Street side behind the dug outs. The new committee are working hard to raise the remaining funds and are on schedule for this to be in place for the start of next season.
“The following season the committee will concentrate on providing a new structure containing proper toilet facilities including disabled, modern catering area and corporate facilities. This is planned for summer 2014.
“The three year plan culminates in summer 2015 with the provision of a floodlighting system of 3.5 lux standard.
“The new committee are working very hard and on schedule for the first part of the three year plan.
“There are various funders and grants available, and possibly even more with the new pyramid proposals.
“It is hoped that the supporters and wider community recognise the benefit of the upgrades proposed and back fundraising events in the way Talbot fans usually do.”