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1. Apologies for Absence
2. Brief review of Trust activities during the year.
3. Treasurers report and presentation of Annual accounts.
4. Membership report
5. Vote on the election of board members.
6. Minutes of last meeting and matters arising.
7. New benefits of membership of Trust In Yellow
8. Future events and Fund Raising activities.
9. Coach Travel including weekend trip 2014/15
10. Clubs community programme. (Haydn Preece will outline the latest developments in the clubs community programme and answer questions).
11. Any other business
12.. Dates of next meetings
The meeting will commence at 7.30pm in the Vice Presidents bar.
Don't miss the chance to see Trust In Yellow chairman Alan Scarisbrick put his health and his tache on the line as he takes on the ice bucket challenge after Saturday's game against Barnet.
The soaking will take place outside the Grandstand Bar to raise funds for MND
Jesse Norman MP secures Parliamentary debate on the floor of the House of Commons on non-league football
Jesse Norman, MP for Hereford and South Herefordshire, has secured a debate on the floor of the House of Commons on the 4th September focusing entirely on the Future of Non-League Football [link: http://www.parliament.uk/business/committees/committees-a-z/commons-select/backbench-business-committee/news/backbench-debate-announced-for-1-4-and-8-september/]
Jesse has himself seen what happens when football clubs arent owned and run properly, and when leagues and governing bodies cant or wont intervene, having witnessed the slow and painful decline of his local club, Hereford United.
Jesse is hoping the debate will cover:
The Football Association and the Owners and Directors Test; how inadequate it is particularly at non-league level, where the policing of clubs is so difficult.; The role of coops and supporters trusts • The role of HMRC ;The Football Creditors; Rule; Financial viability of football clubs, particularly those that have recently been relegated; Transparency of club ownership; The work of the Culture, Media and Sport select committee on football governance - and the Governments response
The Club has been subject to relegations, ground closures, and a boycott in place for several weeks from the near 1000 strong Hereford United Supporters Trust and its membership under its now former owner, Tommy Agombar, who finally failed the FAs Owners and Directors Test [link: http://www.worcesternews.co.uk/archive/2014/08/15/11411057.Bulls__Agombar__forced_to_quit_/?ref=arc]
The debate is important because it focuses on an area of non-league football where Supporters Direct has made significant strides since it was formed in 2000, but which often suffers through lack of attention in the mainstream media.
Perhaps you could even pop in and speak to your local MP at one of their regular surgeries, usually held on Fridays in the constituency.