The minutes from both the meeting with the club on 28th November and the Open meeting on 1st December are currently being finalised and will be sent out to members in the emailed newsletter next week. Both the Minutes and the newsletter will also be available on the Trust In Yellow website early next week.
As always, the Trust In Yellow office is open on match-days should you wish to discuss anything with a member of the Trust Committee.
The next 'Open meeting' for T.I.Y. members is on Tuesday, 1st December at 7-30pm in the Grandstand Bar.
Amongst other items on the agenda there will be a report of Saturday's meeting between 'Trust In Yellow' and the Club Chairman and Vice-Chairman.
To read a copy of the letter that was sent to the club, which served as an agenda for the meeting, click view more.
The date arranged, 14th November, for this meeting has been changed to Saturday, 28th November so that the Club Vice- Chairman, Sam Shrouder, can also be present. There will be a report back to members at the next T.I.Y. meeting on Tuesday, 1st December.
Meeting held on held on Friday 16th October.
Supporters Direct is a national organisation whose aim is to encourage the growth of Supporters Trusts to ensure football supporters (and now Rugby League supporters as well) have a democratic voice in the running of their clubs. This year’s conference was at Birmingham’s NEC which is very near that hotbed of football which is Solihull Moors’ ground. In fact the previous week it had taken me just over two hours to drive from my home in Brighouse to our match at Solihull. This morning it took over three hours due to a hold up on the M1 and as I drove towards the enormous NEC car parking area I wondered where to park. ‘Fortunately’ the car in front had a large Morecambe FC scarf in the window so for the first time in my life I followed Morecambe as I assumed they were going to the same meeting as me. A big mistake as in fact there isn’t a Trust at Morecambe and they were going to a Caravan exhibition! I must remember never to pay any attention to Morecambe again!