Open Meeting – Tuesday April 11
Statement from the Board of Trust In Yellow
The Board of Trust in Yellow realises that it does not speak for ALL members and supporters and feel it is essential that all Southport FC Supporters including those who have drifted away in recent years are able to put forward their views on how we can help get the Club moving in the right direction once again.
As a result we have arranged an Open Meeting on:
7-30pm on Tuesday, 11th April at the Southport Railway Club on Sussex Road
THIS MEETING IS OPEN TO ALL SUPPORTERS
Trust members and non-members, are welcome to attend and we want to see as many fans there as possible who care about the future of Football in this Town..
The object of the meeting will be to discuss:
1. Ideas for the future strategy and direction of the club.
2. How supporter involvement in the club could be improved and what positive benefits this would bring.
The meeting will be Chaired by Martin Robinson from the Trust and after brief opening statements by Trust Vice- Chair Noel Warham and the founder of Trust In Yellow Jonathan O’Byrne, it will be open to all present to add to the debate.
The only condition is that contributions should be constructive and not contain derogatory comments.
We appreciate that not all supporters will be able to attend the meeting and so welcome comments sent in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org
We really do want this consultation to be with as wide a range of supporters as possible and we welcome all views and opinions.
These contributions will also be considered when an open letter is written to the Club Board after the meeting.
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