The Player of the Month vote is over!
The fifth draw for 2021 took place on Friday 29th using a random number generator.
£100 Number 319 Alan Barnes
£75 Number 297 Brian Shirley
£50 Number 39 Jonathon Woozley
Congratulations to the winners and the cheques are on their way.
The next draw in December will be the big one – £500 just in time for Christmas (plus of course the regular draw).
The Trust has finally managed to get things sorted with the bank accounts. Sadly, however, any standing orders for Boost the Budget during the closed period will have been rejected. That will mean that we will have to ask members to re-instate their standing orders as we cannot do it – the account holder needs to.
If you prefer, you can do it on the Trust website using a debit or credit card, that can also work. Memberships are processed using Paypal as the card processor (you don’t need a Paypal account), while Boost the Budget uses Stripe. If you would like to pay your membership with Stripe, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Apologies for all the inconvenience.
(An earlier version of this article said that memberships were also affected, but that was inaccurate. Membership standing orders will still be OK. Apologies.)
The Fans’ Player of the Month for August & September was Tahvon Campbell, with over 75% of the total of 434 votes from the game and the online voting. Well done to him!
The award and prize were presented to him by Adam Bowyer from the Cards Trust before the match with Grimsby Town FC on 9th October.
Thanks to Waitrose Goldworth Park for their support and donation of the prize.
The Goldrush winner at the game vs Grimsby Town FC was Kevin Fowler from Banstead with ticket number #80444 and the prize was £500.50.
Thanks to all those who took part at the ground or online.
The Club is using its facilities to put on a special Pumpkin Party for younger fans on 30th October before the game v Altrincham at 1.00pm. It’s free of charge.
Next Sunday (the 26th September) will see the Archbishop of Canterbury appearing at a football stadium for the first time.
The focus is hope as we move out of the Pandemic and the format is simple – alongside a few short interviews he will speak briefly and then simply take any questions – nothing is off the agenda.
The Archbishop’s section will be from 3.30 pm – 4.30 pm on Sunday 26th September but, prior to that, from 2.50 pm the club will be hosting a short pre-event involving 5 times football freestyle Guinness world record holder Daniel Cutting and interviews with management and players.
Admission is free but by ticket. The easiest thing is simply to book your ticket using the QR code or alternatively email email@example.com or call 07976351891
Woking Football Club today announced that both Tuesday’s home match vs. Bromley and Saturday’s home match vs. Chesterfield have been postponed.
This follows a positive test by one of the playing squad.
The club is in discussions with both clubs and will announce new dates shortly. Purchased tickets remain valid for the new date.