Trust Projects

Disabled Facilities

As you are aware, we have been working for some time to explore ways in which the club could improve facilities for our disabled supporters in wheelchairs. On Wednesday 6th May, Matt Cochlin from Bentley Fielden Ltd in Todmorden brought over a mobile lift to Haig Avenue to see if it would be suitable to lift wheelchairs into the main stand as NADS (National Association for Disabled Supporters) feel this would be a much more inclusive way of providing improved accommodation for disabled supporters rather than building separate cover.
Alan Scarisbrick, Phil Carder and Martin Robinson were present as was Haydn Preece from the club. Everyone was very impressed with the lift and the next stages are to cost any changes needed to be made to the stand and to see if these changes would be acceptable to Authority safety officers. 

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Road signs up

Trust in Yellow are pleased to announce the erection of seven road signs at the three gateways to the town is now completed. The signs are placed at the northern entry to town, the southern entry via Formby and the A59 and coming in through Ormskirk and the A570.

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Road signs up

Trust in Yellow are pleased to announce the erection of seven road signs at the three gateways to the town is now completed. The signs are placed at the northern entry to town, the southern entry via Formby and the A59 and coming in through Ormskirk and the A570.

 

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Heart Monitors

Trust in Yellow are pleased to announce the purchase of 20 heart monitors having been given the go ahead by its’ membership last month. The monitors came at the request of assistant manager Huw Griffthys, “This equipment will put us at the forefront of sports science on the non-league scene. Its' fantastic equipment and it allows us to individualize training. Both myself and Peter (Davenport) are qualified in sports' science background. It is something we take seriously.”

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Trust in Yellow Ballot Members Regarding Purchase of Heart Monitors

At Trust in Yellows' meeting with the club (Saturday 14th July 2007) Southport Football Club finally confirmed that there would be no reserve team despite Trust in Yellow successfully achieving its' target of raising £7,000 to purchase a mini bus which would make reserve team football viable.

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