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Trust Adds To Club Funds

Thanks to all those that have contributed to Boost the Budget, the 400 Club and have bought Goldrush tickets. As a result of your generosity, the Trust has been able to donate £16,000 to the Club to help with Dowse’s Budget in these tricky times. Although government grants were available for the first half of the season, funds were only available as loans for the second half, so the Club has only (very) limited funds from the sale of streams* and from the Trust. It has been reluctant to take up the loans offered without the income to repay them.

*Note that if you became a Silver/Gold member when it looked as though fans would be allowed back, as they briefly were, you can get streams through to the end of the season without charge. Details are on the Club website here.

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Goldrush Winner!

Congratulations to Andy Turner who was the winner of the Goldrush during the Aldershot match. He has generously donated his £145.50 winnings to the Boost the Budget fund. Thanks to him!

The winning ticket number was GRT91230

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Gold Rush v FC Halifax Town

Goldrush winner, James Dear, has kindly donated his prize to be used to support the club via the Trust.

Thanks, James!

And thanks to all those that took part. Your support is appreciated.

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Goldrush Winner v The Daggers

Mark Blair was the lucky buyer of the winning Goldrush ticket from the game against the Daggers. He won £180. There will be another chance to win on Saturday v FC Halifax Town. The competition will go online tomorrow.

Thanks to all who took part!

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Boost the Budget Goldrush

End of Season Goldrush

The Goldrush winning ticket for the Barnet game (£376.50 – ticket #77077) was not claimed so, in accordance with the scheme rules, the winnings were put into the Boost the Budget funds.

(Note an earlier version of this article said that the Maidenhead prize of £317.50 was not claimed but this was in error)