Trust News

SUPPORT THE TRUST - MAKE A PLEDGE!

This season we're really looking to push our pledges scheme that has proved so popular in the past. You can make a pledge for anything and for any amount whether it be for every clean sheet or a dog running on the pitch. Of course we do need some realistic ones!

If you would like to make a pledge simply e-mail pmtaylor116@btinternet.com stating your pledge and how much it's for.

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TRUST IN YELLOW MEMBERSHIPS

Ahead of the coming season, Trust in Yellow is looking to recruit new members and renew existing memberships.

About to enter a ninth season since forming in 2006, the Trust continues to work on behalf of Southport supporters and represent the interests of fans and members alike.

From encouraging greater supporter-involvement by arranging events such as the recent Meet the Manager with Martin Foyle, the Trust also meets to discuss issues with representatives from the club’s board and has a growing involvement in the community.

In every season since it was formed, the Trust has run coach travel to the majority of Southport’s away matches. The Trust will provide travel to every match where there is enough demand, and having taken steps to arrange a smaller coach when needed, fans should again be able to travel to most away games this campaign.

Last season, the Trust sponsored the club’s primary schools coaching initiative, providing local children with coaching from first-team players as part of a commitment to the community.

And with the campaign to get new floodlights progressing, the Trust is looking forward to pursuing new ideas and fresh initiatives as the season develops.

Members are the very fabric of the Trust and memberships are essential to ensuring the Trust continues to run successfully.

In order to give more fans the chance to discuss what the Trust does, there will be a table set up outside the Jack Carr end of the ground ahead of the opening match of the season against Forest Green Rovers.

So if want to talk about Trust matters or have any suggestions about the Trust going forward, please come and visit the table.

A leaflet containing the latest monthly members’ newsletter will also be distributed, providing fans with more information about what the Trust does. The leaflet is available to download HERE.

A range of memberships are available and run for 12 months. An adult membership costs £10, under 16s are £5, a family is £20 and a corporate membership is £100.

Membership forms will be available from the table on Saturday, or fans can join online HERE.

And if you’re not at the Forest Green game, the Trust office, located next to the club shop, is open at every home game, so please come and see us.

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TRUST IN YELLOW PREDICTION LEAGUE

Time is running out to enter the Prediction League for 2014/15. Deadline for entries is Saturday 9th August at 2.59pm.

Our target this season is 200 Entries which will make the first prize £100 plus the coveted Trophy. The final prize will be a 50/50 split of the total entries.

You can enter by logging onto southportfcstats.co.uk or by calling into the club shop (as long as it's before the game on Saturday!)

Your entry is valid when payment is made with a cut off date of 30 August

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MEMBERSHIP RENEWALS

Many membership subscriptions are due for renewal in August. You can renew yours by calling into the Trust Office on match days or you can send it to Bill Sloan, the membership secretary, at 121 Poulton Road, Southport, PR9 7DB.

You can also join or renew by clicking on the 'Join Now' tab above. Individual membership remains at just £10

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TRUST IN YELLOW WELCOMES MARTIN FOYLE

After Saturday’s final pre-season friendly against Port Vale, Martin Foyle addressed supporters at Trust in Yellow’s Meet the Manager session.

Martin spoke to fans about his first three months in the job, the process of assembling a new squad and his thoughts ahead of the upcoming season.

At the end of the event, Martin became the latest member of the Trust, being presented with his membership certificate by Trust chairman Alan Scarisbrick, along with assistant manager Andy Porter.

The Trust would like to thank Martin for giving up his time to speak to supporters at the end of the match. Thanks also to all the fans who stayed behind to make it a good turnout in the Grandstand Bar.

The Meet the Manager is one of several initiatives run by the Trust as a way of promoting greater supporter-involvement in the club.

In order to give fans the chance to discuss more above what the Trust does, there will be a table set up outside the Jack Carr end of the ground ahead of the opening match of the season against Forest Green Rovers.

You can join as a member at any time of the year, by visiting the Trust table on Saturday or online HERE.

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