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Coach to Woking

We are looking to run a coach to the away match at Woking on Saturday February 18.

The coach leaves the Merseyrail Community Stadium at 8am. We are able to offer fares at a reduced rate of £25 for members, £20 under 16s and £30 non-members.

To book, text Bill Sloan on 07952056385 or visit the Trust office on Saturday.

We need 25 bookings by Saturday for this coach to be able to run.

A reminder that no alcohol is permitted on any of the Trust’s coaches as it is against the law.

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Minutes of January meeting

The minutes from the January members' meeting are online HERE.

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Minutes of January meeting

The minutes from the January members' meeting are online HERE.

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Coaches to Bromley and Gateshead

At our members’ meeting on Wednesday night, club director Nigel Allen offered to sponsor the coach to Bromley on Saturday 28th January.

This was on the verge of being viable beforehand but thanks to Nigel's most generous offer we are able to offer the following brilliant deal:

The coach leaves the MCS at 7-30am and is DEFINITELY running.

The cost for ALL seats is only £10 for members.

Non-members still only pay £12.

 

We can now also announce that as a result of Nigel's generous sponsorship the Gateshead coach on Saturday 4th February will also DEFINITELY RUN and will cost only £15 for members, £10 for under 16 members and £20 for non-members.

These are real bargain prices so let's fill the coaches and support the lads.

Places on either coach can be booked in the Trust Office on Saturday or by texting Bill Sloan on 07952 056385.

Trust in Yellow would like to offer HUGE thanks to Nigel Allen for making this most kind offer which is, as he said, to ensure that as many people as possible are there to get behind the team.

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Members' ballot

Trust in Yellow would like to thank all members who voted in the recent ballot about a wheelchair viewing platform and the supporters' bar.

Members overwhelmingly voted in favour of supporting the schemes.

Work can now move ahead on developing the two projects with the wheelchair viewing platform led by Howard Birch and the supporters' bar by Jonathan O'Byrne.

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