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April board meeting

The minutes of the April board meeting are available to read HERE.

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April board meeting

The minutes of the April board meeting are available to read HERE.

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Tranmere coach

We will be running a coach to the away match at Tranmere Rovers next Saturday, April 22.

The fare is just £6 for members and £8 for non-members. The coach leaves the Merseyrail Community Stadium at 12.45pm.

To book, text Bill Slaon on 07952056385.

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Food collection for Soup Kitchen

Trust in Yellow will be holding a food collection at the last two home mtches of the season to help the Southport Soup Kitchen.

The Trust has held previous collections at the end of last season and ahead of the festive period, and has been delighted with the response from supporters.

The Soup Kitchen is a very worthy cause which provides food and warmth to the local homeless population as well as distributing meals and hampers to vulnerable people within the Southport community.

Donations can be made at either of the last two home matches at the Trust in Yellow office against Forest Green Rovers on Bank Holiday Monday, April 17, and Lincoln City on Saturday April 29.

 

How can I help?....

The Soup Kitchen is again looking for two types of donation.

1) Weekly at the Soup Kitchen they need tea, coffee, biscuits, cakes, sugar, and condiments such as ketchup or brown sauce.

2) For the families they support they need basics to create meals, such as pasta, sauces, tins of vegetables, soup, tins of meat or pies, butter/spread, cake or biscuits.

 

Any items however, large or small will be very welcome.

So get looking in those cupboards. Donations will be accepted in the Trust office at either of the final two home games.

More details are online here: southportchurches.co.uk/directory/projects/soup-kitchen

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Open meeting

Trust In Yellow are delighted that Tuesday's meeting was so well attended and also attracted so much response from other supporters who couldn't be there.

There was a clear message from the meeting that the majority of supporters felt the time had come for major changes in the way the club is run.

Over the next week The Trust Board will be organising the process of using its shareholding and those of other sympathetic supporters to make a legal request for the club to call a meeting of shareholders.

The Board will also be writing an open letter to the club outlining the points made at the meeting and investigating other suggested lines of action.

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