General Meetings

Player and Goal of the Season voting is open

At Saturday's NPL champions reunion, we will also be holding the Trust in Yellow annual end of season awards and presenting a number of prizes.

Two of those are selected by you, the fans!

The first of those is the Trust in Yellow Fans’ Player of the Year and the second is the Phil Carder Trophy for the Fans’ Goal of the Season.

We’ve been tweeting out some of the contenders for Goal of the Season and will be showing you a few more.

You can vote for these awards in a variety of ways:

- Responding on Twitter

- Email to fans@trustinyellow.com

- Filling in a voting form which will be distributed at the Salford City game on Tuesday

 

Everyone is entitled to ONE vote for each award and the closing date is 10pm on Friday April 20.

Tickets are still available for next Saturday but are selling fast.

You can buy these online HERE or in the Trust office at the game on Tuesday night.

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Meeting with club chief executive

Earlier this month, representatives from the Trust board met with club chief executive Natalie Atkinson. The minutes from he meeting are available HERE.

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Minutes from September members' meeting

The minutes from our members' meeting on September 19 are online HERE.

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AGM on Tuesday September 20

We hold our AGM on Tuesday (20th) at 7.30pm in the Grandstand Bar.

We hope as many members as possible will attend to discuss the recent changes at the club and what the Trust's reaction should be. We have already agreed an initial meeting between representatives from the Trust board and the new board of directors and there will be the opportunity for members to suggest what issues TIY should raise with the club at this meeting.

There will also be a presentation on the Trust's proposed scheme to improve disabled facilities at the club as well as details of the Trust's 'Get Involved' series of events for the season culminating with the exhibition at the Atkinson next spring to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the club winning promotion from the Fourth Division.

There are still vacancies on the Trust Board and members who might be interested to be co-opted are particularly invited to attend on Tuesday to find out more of what it involves.

 

AGENDA

1. Apologies for Absence

2. Brief review of Trust’s activities during the year (Martin Robinson)

3. Financial report (Jordan Shandley)

5. Membership report (Bill Sloan)

6. Election of board members.

Bill Sloan is up for re-election and Jordan Shandley and Kayley Robinson for election)

There will also be the opportunity for members to express an interest in being co-opted on to the Board.

7. Minutes of last meeting and matters arising.

8. Trust plans for improving disabled viewing facilities at ground (Howard Birch).

9. Trust’s relationship with the club and future strategy

Following the recent changes in the Club Board we hope there will be new opportunities for the Trust to work with the Club and put forward supporters’ views and ideas. This AGM is an opportunity for members to give their opinions as to what direction the Trust should take over the next few months.

10. Programme of events 2016/7 (Noel Warham)

Details of our ‘Get Involved’ events including October’s Race Night and later in the season our celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Club getting promotion from the 4th Division.

11. Coach Travel.

12. Any other business

To include formal updating of Trust rules and address of ‘registered office’.

13. Dates of next meetings

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Pre-season kit

We’re delighted that Trust in Yellow will feature prominently at all seven of Southport’s friendlies this pre-season.

As they prepare for the campaign ahead, Andy Bishop’s squad will play their warm-up matches in a brand new pre-season kit, which is part sponsored by the Trust.

It means that the Trust’s name will feature on the shorts and sleeves of every player this summer and it will also become the regular kit for friendlies in future seasons.

The Trust would like to thank club photographer Julia Urwin, who has kindly donated the funds raised from the use of her photos last season to cover the Trust’s contribution to the project.

Also sponsored by sportswear providers, Galaxy Football, the new kit, consisting of a pink shirt and black shorts, will be worn for the first time this Saturday, when Southport open their pre-season schedule away at Bootle.

Pictured with the new kit is Andy Bishop, the Southport manager, with Mark Parr of Galaxy Football (left) and Noel Warham, the Trust in Yellow vice chairman.

The new colours have been introduced after pre-season kits were used to raise money for charity in both 2013 and 2015.

After the visit to Bootle, the Sandgrounders travel to Chorley next Tuesday, July 12. Bishop’s team play at home for the first time against Bury on Saturday July 23, before the new National League season begins on Saturday August 6.

 

 

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