Open Meetings

Minutes of 'Meet the Manager' meeting

‘Meet the Manager’    Grandstand Bar.   7-30pm Thursday, 18th March 2010.

 Around 45 supporters were present to ask questions to Liam Watson.

 The meeting was chaired by Rob Urwin who started by thanking Liam very much for giving up his time to come to meet supporters.

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T.I.Y. meeting. Thursday, 18th March

A reminder of the meeting on Thursday, 18th at 7-30pm in the Grandstand Bar.

The meeting will be in two parts.

                                       'MEET THE MANAGER'

Thanks to Liam Watson who has agreed to come and answer questions from supporters.

This part of the meeting will be open to members AND non-members.  

                                      T.I.Y. MEMBERS MEETING

After a break there will then be a short meeting for T.I.Y. members

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Minutes of TIY meeting on 14th January 2010

Att 15

Committee present: Alan S, Paul I, Nick C, Rob U, Julia U, Martin R, Phil C, Alan J,   Apologies Ben K, Bill S

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T.I.Y. meeting. Thursday, 14th January.

A reminder that there is a meeting open to all members this Thursday, 14th January at 7-30pm in the Grandstand Bar.  


  • Minutes of previous meetings & matters arising

  • Finances & Membership

  • Coach travel

  • Feedback from meeting with SFC Juniors

  • Meeting with club – how to proceed, strategic plan, football in community plan, etc;

  • Events – one man football show, end of season event (race night, awards evening)  etc;                                                  

  • AOB & next meeting

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Meeting Minutes - 06/10/2009

Apologies: Paul Isenwater, Alan Drury
The Trust has put in £2970 into running the reserves so far, a combination of paying bills directly (eg for coaches) and making payments into the club’s account. The club has £500 of this money left. The first share certificate was received for the initial £2000 payment. The Trust has £13,500 in the bank with the estimated cost for this season’s reserves £7525. The first three games yielded an income of £475 and the club says that Learning Skills Council funding will be in place to fund the reserves in the future. The Trust’s logo will also be on the shorts at the next game.

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