Coach Travel to Bath and Forest Green


Saturday, 10th September.   BATH CITY.    Members:-  £29  IF PAID IN ADVANCE   £ 32 on the day                            

 Non-members:- £ 34 IF PAID IN ADVANCE.     £ 37 on the day.                      Coach leaves Haig Avenue at 9-00am.

Saturday, 17th September.    FOREST GREEN.    Members­:-  £25 IF PAID IN ADVANCE   £ 28 on the day                         

Non-members:- £ 30 IF PAID IN ADVANCE.     £ 33 on the day.                      Coach leaves Haig Avenue at 10-00am.

You can book a place on the trips by calling in to the Trust Office at Haig Avenue on Saturday at the Telford match or by contacting Alan Scarisbrick on 07980-911693


To encourage more of our younger supporters to travel to away matches the Trust are trialing a special offer over the next few matches. Any supporter under 16 can travel on the TIY coach for just a THIRD of the usual cost provided they are accompanied by an adult paying full price.

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Coach Travel

We will be running coaches to the first two away games at Alfreton (Tuesday, 16th August) and Luton (Saturday.20th).

For Alfreton the coach will depart from The Arion at 3.10, The Crown at 3.20, The George at 3.25 and Haig Ave at 3.30pm. The fare is £16 to Trust members paid in advance, £19 on the day. Non Members should add £5 to each of these prices.

The Luton coach will depart from The Arion at 9.10am, The Crown at 9.20, The George at 9.25 and Haig Ave at 9.30. The fare for this trip is £28 members paid in advance £31 on the day. Non-members should again add £5.

To book you can either ring Alan on 07980-911693 or call in to the Club Shop at the Lincoln match. (Since the Accrington match has been cancelled it does only give us the one home game to take bookings so it would be very helpful if you could give Alan a ring to book a place before then)

Membership of TIY only costs £10 per year so if you plan on using the coaches for two games or more you will get your money back by being a member. 

Duiring the season we hope to run coaches to as many matches as possible. We are already making plans for another weekend trip (probably to Braintree/Southend), a day trip for the York match, and some special offers for certain matches. With all the trips we are, however, dependent on getting sufficient support. The more that travel the lower we will be able to fix the prices.

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Cricket Match. Sunday, 31st August


Liam Watson XI V Trust In Yellow XI

Sunday 31st July at The Rookery, Roe Lane, Southport

Match starts at 2-00 pm Admission is free

The Trust have organised a cricket match between players and supporters

Liam Watson will be captaining his team including first team players (and a certain Steve Dickinson), and maybe a couple of other club staff.

The Trust will be keen to avenge the defeat in the recent Quiz!

This is a great chance for supporters and playing squad to meet up.

Entrance to the game is free.

So please come along and enjoy the high quality 20/20 match.

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Minutes of Trust in Yellow Board Meeting - Thursday 7 July

Apologies: Paul I, Julia U


Minutes of previous meeting and matters arising

The brochure in memory of Sally Devine is set to be released at the first league match against Lincoln City. All of Sally’s photos have now been obtained, with a print run of 500 costing £1,290. The brochure will be sold at £6 per copy, with all profits raised going to the McMillan Nurses, who have also agreed to sell the brochure in their shops.

Treasurer’s Report

The Trust’s total balance stands at £15,897, which includes £100 commission recently received through a winner of the club’s Goalden Lottery.


Membership currently stands at 196. A large number of renewals are due before the start of the new season. Reminders will be sent out and efforts will be made to bring back lapsed memberships, with flyers to be prepared and handed out at the Lincoln match.

Floodlights project and forum with club

The Trust’s priority is to get the club to confirm its plans for the floodlights project. As the Trust’s plans and fundraising activities for the coming year will be shaped around this scheme, it is important that details are finalised so they can be released to members as soon as possible. The Trust’s board has asked for a meeting with Charlie Clapham to confirm the arrangements.

The Trust is still keen to hold an open forum for members with representatives from the club, including Charlie Clapham and Liam Watson. The preferred list of topics, which was agreed by members at the last open meeting, has been submitted to Mr Clapham and the Trust is now waiting for a response to confirm his availability.

Coach travel

Now the fixtures have been published, Phil C will obtain quotes from local companies for the cost of coach travel for the season. After the overwhelming success of the weekend trip to Eastbourne last season, the Trust would like to arrange a similar trip again, with the match at Braintree on February 11 and an overnight stay in Southend the preferred option. A day trip to York on March 24 will be explored, as will an early-season special offer, once prices have been confirmed.


The Trust almost has a full team for the cricket match against Liam Watson and his players on July 31 at the Rookery. The match will be 20 overs a side, with Phil C arranging the kit and catering, while entry on the day will be free.

Geoff Wilde has made contact with all former Football League players ahead of the reunion on October 9. Tickets will be printed by Watkinson & Bond and letters are now ready to be sent to the former players.

Provided the date is convenient with Liam Watson and the players, it is planned that the ‘Race Night’ will be held after the Cambridge United match on October 1, with the first race at 6.30pm.


Phil C and Martin R will attend the Supporters’ Direct Annual Conference in Chester later this month. Meanwhile, the Trust will look into producing some memorabilia to mark the club’s 130th anniversary this year. Accounts on Facebook and Twitter will be set up in an attempt to encourage more people to interact with the Trust and raise awareness of upcoming activities.

Dates of next meeting

10 August (AGM)

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