We have been struggling with issues at the bank over the last few weeks, but in the last few days things have finally started to be resolved. The accounts seem to be in correct operation and we are talking to the bank about the standing orders that got turned away. If we get more clear news, we'll let you know - but we're pleased to finally make some progress.
We've got information on a special event next Sunday 26th. Some volunteers may be needed, so if you can help please let Ian Nicholson know at email@example.com.
The Club has been boosting its staff and facilities in catering and the Club is promoting its facilities for Christmas parties and events, It has lots of flexibility to meet different needs and budgets.
There is still space on the coach to Eastleigh on Saturday. See below for details.
Following the Eastleigh game, the re-arranged game with Chesterfield is planned for Tuesday evening, 28th September at 19.45.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07976351891