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Trust News

News of Trust events, away coach travel and other information will be posted here, on our Facebook page and on our Twitter page @SloughTownST.  Check back regularly on any of our pages for the latest news and any updates.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Feb 21 2020 08:54PM

On Thursday 13th February Slough Town were selected to host the regional round of the National League Trust U11s Cup. After hosting our local tournament back in November, Priory School girls and Langley Hall boys/mixed team had progressed to the regional round to represent Slough Town FC.

Club and Trust volunteers hosted the event, which was attended by President of the National League Brian Lee, which had schools representing Slough Town, Hampton & Richmond (Hampton Hill girls and Hampton Junior boys, Havant & Waterlooville (Front Lawn boys and girls), Maidenhead (Courthouse girls and St Edmund Campion boys) and Aldershot (Waverley Abbey girls and Church Crockham boys) in boys/mixed and girls tournaments. Both tournaments ended up with 27 goalsfrom 10 games.

It was Waverley Abbey girls, representing Aldershot, and St Edmund Campion boys, from Maidenhead, who progressed to the South finals day next month after 10 games in each group. Congratulations to them and we wish them all the best in the next round. St Edmund Campion (W3 D1) progressed after a 1-0 playoff match win after being tied on points with Church Crockham (Aldershot) after the group games, meanwhile Waverley Abbey went through after topping their group with 3 wins and a draw as well.

Meanwhile, Priory girls (W2 D1 L1) and Langley Hall boys (W2 L2) both finished third in their groups after some very respectable performances. We'd like to thank them for representing Slough Town and we're really proud of their efforts.

We hope that everyone who attended enjoyed their day at Arbour Park and we'd like to thank all the children, teachers and supporters for taking the time to attend and for their efforts on the pitch.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Feb 10 2020 04:28PM

We can reveal that, following our local round back in November, Slough Town will be hosting the regional round of the National League Trust U11s Cup this Thursday at Arbour Park.


Our current champions Priory School girls and Langley Hall boys/mixed team will be joined by schools representing Hampton & Richmond (Hampton Junior School and Hampton Hill Junior), Havant & Waterlooville (Front Lawn Primary two teams), Aldershot (Waverley Abbey and Church Crockham) and Maidenhead (St Edmund Campion School and Courthouse School).


Visitors are welcome to attend, and the tea bar will be open, so if you can come down and support the event that would be great. The first games will kick off about 12pm and go on until approximately 4pm.


While the event is organised by the National League Trust, our thanks go to Kay Lathey for supporting the event, and the team of volunteers who will be around on the day.


Good luck to all the teams involved, the winners from the girls and boys/mixed tournaments will progress to the South final next month.


We'll bring you some updates throughout the day on our social media channels.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Feb 7 2020 08:55AM

Slough Town Supporters Trust is delighted to confirm that this year's Sponsored Walk charity will be Aik Saath. We think that this fits perfectly with the #OneSlough project run by the Club because Aik Saath means "Together As One" in Hindi, Punjabi and Urdu.


It's difficult to know where to begin when describing what Aik Saath do. Based in central Slough, they run a host of projects aimed at helping people across the community such as providing training in local schools, colleges and youth groups, and working with projects on community cohesion to help support young people who need it, prevent gang violence, extremism, knife crime and drug use, among others. They do this by creating alternate activities for young people who may have nowhere else to go, for example providing support to help with studies and getting into work, training young volunteers to work with schools and community groups, running football sessions to bring together different areas of the community, and supporting young carers, to a name a few.


It is the young carers area that we have been asked to support with the funds from the walk this year. By providing activities for children who have to care for family members, Aik Saath are trying to help these children to get back some of their childhood. We think it's a very worthy cause. You can find out more about this project at https://sloughyoungcarers.org/


You can find out more about Aik Saath and the work that they do on their website http://www.aiksaath.com and we'll be joining them at a couple of their activities over the coming months to help promote the charity and the walk. Aik Saath are hoping to join us at a home match soon and on the walk too.


So please get involved with the Sponsored Walk from Chalfont St Peter FC to St Albans City FC on April 18th. Sponsor forms and posters will be available soon, but you can sign up now by getting in touch by email or on social media, or at any home match.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Jan 31 2020 09:19AM

Following the board meeting on Monday, we're pleased to be able to announce the initial details for this year's Sponsored Walk.

The walk this year will take place on Saturday 18th April, as we walk to the last away game at St Albans. However, the distance from Arbour Park to St Albans is too far for us to complete in the limited time scale we have, so the walk will be starting from outside the ground of Chalfont St Peter FC - so that we're still walking from one football club to another.

This will be a distance of around 18miles, similar to last year, with the initial route going from Chalftont past Rickmansworth, Watford and then up to St Albans. Full route details will be confirmed closer to the time.

We're still iawaiting discussions with the charity that we have chosen, so we will bring the news of that to you as soon as we have confirmed all the detail.

You can sign up for the walk by visiting the Trust gazebo by turnstile 4 from tomorrow's match against Oxford, or by getting in touch by email or on social media.

What we will require is volunteers who can help by driving the walkers so that they can get from Arbour Park to Chalfont first thing in the morning in time for an approximate 7am start from Chalfont. If you can help please get in touch with us ASAP. The return journey will be by the supporters coach.

Further details will follow.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Jan 31 2020 09:13AM

The Trust board is pleased to welcome Richard Kendall on board as the new Trust secretary. The secretary jobs have been filled by existing board members for the most part until now, so we're delighted that Richard has offered to step up and help out. We look forward to working with Richard and would like to thank him for his time.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Jan 1 2020 05:44PM

We would like to wish a Happy New Year to everyone associated with Slough Town FC and the Trust. We’re looking forward to another busy and exciting year in 2020.


It’s been another busy year for the Slough Town Supporters Trust, thank you to everyone who has made it all possible. Here’s our list of 2019 highlights:

- Sponsored 3 sets of football kits for Claycots, Priory and Ryvers primary schools

- Priory and Lynch Hill represented the Club and Trust at the regional round of the National League Trust U11s Cup, and provided a £50 fund to each school as a result

- Another successful Sponsored Walk raised £2600 split between the Trust and Slough Pit Stop Project, following an 18mile walk from Arbour Park to Woking

- We funded improvements to the outside bar including new wheels, trolleys and fridges to help make the set up easier

- A large number of Easter eggs were donated by supporters for the E Sargeant and Son collection for Home Start Slough and the families it supports

- Attended the Farnham Royal Cricket Club summer fun day and the Cippenham Carnival to promote the Club

- Continued to sponsor the match filming and have an advertising board at Arbour Park at a cost of £3500, and provide funding to continue sponsoring Rebels Radio

- Provided support of around £250 for the STFC Community team and £100 donation to the defibrillator fund for Mercian Way playing fields

- Continued as sponsors of the Farnham Royal Cricket Club colts team for the 2019 season

- Ended the season on 207 members, and so far reached 189 this season

- Organised the Supporters Player of the Season Award, which went to Jack Turner, and the Chris Sliski Clubperson of the Year, which went to Tony Rees

- Sponsored new tracksuit bottoms for the STFC Ladies team

- Supported the hosting of the Slough local round of the National League Trust U11s Cup 2019-20, with Priory and Langley Hall going on to the next round

- Backed the #OneSlough campaign, which came from an idea pitched by the Trust in an attempt to reach the Club into new areas of the community

- Chairman Mike Lightfoot stood down, replaced by Mark Hunter, with Mike staying on as chairman

- Over £1000 was raised in the annual Trust Christmas Draw

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Dec 10 2019 07:22PM

The first Trust meeting since the AGM was held last night (Monday) and some changes have been made to the Trust board. Former Chairman Mike Lightfoot stood down at the AGM but agreed to continue on the board as Treasurer.


The changes are:

Mark Hunter elected as Trust Chairman

Mike Lightfoot re-added to the board as Treasurer

Alan Harding becomes Acting Secretary


The changes have been reflected on our Contact/Links page.


The Trust is still seeking a secretary. For more information on this voluntary position, please see Alan Harding and Mike Lightfoot.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Dec 9 2019 01:27PM

We can reveal the list of winners from Saturday evening's Trust Christmas Draw.

Thank you to everyone who bought and sold tickets this year. The ticket sales have raised nearly £1100 which will go towards the work of the Trust for the Club and the local community.


Prize, Ticket Number, Winner

1st £200 02550 J Sidhu

2nd Xmas Hamper 01364 Allan Peddle

3rd Champagne 02306 Tim c/o Long Barn

4th Match Sponsorship 01095 A Greenaway

5th £15 Tesco Voucher 01092 M Greenaway

6th Small Hamper 02181 Stanley Lund

7th Bottle of Whiskey 00962 O Hayward

8th Bottle of Brandy 00223 Maria Brench

9th Bottle of Vodka 00189 Sam

10th Bottle of Vodka 02460 Deborah Payne

11th Bottle of Port 00385 Richard Kendall

12th Bottle of Sherry 01155 Barrie Shurville

13th Quality Street 00506 Noreen Bridle

14th Biscuits + Game 01963 Sean Fraser

15th Mugs + Cosmetics 01665 Amee McGoldrick

16th Biscuits/Cosmetics 00799 Reg Day

17th Biscuits/Mixture 02136 Jon Underwood