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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, May 27 2020 11:38AM

Slough Town Supporters Trust can announce that board member Lionel Chandler has stepped down from his position. We would like to place on record our thanks to Lionel for his committment to the Trust., he has been on the board since 2005.

This means that there is a space on the board for a general board member. There are no specific responsibilities attached to the position, although if you feel that there is something different that you could bring to the board we'd love to hear it. The main responsibility is to help with the running of the Trust by attending occasional meetings, and some communication by email or at matches regarding decisions that need to be made. To apply to join the board you must have been a Trust member for at least one full year.

If you'd like to be part of the future of the Trust, please get in touch with us via email, social media or get in touch with one of our board members.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, May 19 2020 06:24PM

Following 9 years as membership secretary and around 16 years on the board of the Trust, Richard "Ollie" Hayward has decided to step down from the board of Slough Town Supporters Trust.  We would like to place on record our thanks to Ollie for his dedicated service to the Trust, particularly while coordinating the collection of membership payments each year as the Trust has continued to grow.  Ollie has been involved with the Trust since around 2004, having previously been chairman of the old Slough Town Supporters Association and a full time secretary of Slough Town Football Club.

This means that the Trust is actively seeking someone to join the board as membership secretary, ideally starting in time the 2020-21 membership year on July 1st.

The position involves collecting membership fees (along with any donations) from those renewing or joining the Trust at the start of each membership year, and keeping a record of members.  Most of the work comes during pre-season and the first few weeks of the season when most members join.  Most Trust members join at home games, so it is preferable if the person who considers this role would be able to attend home matches from the time the gates open. The ability to use standard computer tools is essential, and previous records will be passed on to assist.

As a board member of the Trust, there are occasional meetings to be attended as and when decisions are required, along with some consultations between board members by email and at matches.

If you are interested in filling our board vacancy or would like more information, please get in touch with us via social media, or by email [email protected]

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, May 10 2020 08:59AM

Following the Club's online presentation evening last night, we'd like to congratulate our award winners. Winning the Supporters' Player of the Season, following our head to head tournament of voting, was Matt Lench. The Chris Sliski Clubperson of the Season award was given to Bim Elliot, who at the age of 93 shows amazing commitment to the Club including being a regular on the supporters coaches.

We'd like to thank everyone who has joined the Trust, travelled on our coaches, or contributed in other ways to support the work of the Trust. Keep an eye out on our social media later in the summer for our new year of membership. Once it is safe to do so we'll be back doing what we do best.

Here's some of our highlights from the season:

- Membership of around 195, which is a drop on last year, but still quite good

- £3500 paid to the Club to sponsor match filming and Trust advertising board at Arbour Park, as part of a £5000 package to support and promote the Club

- £400 sponsorship of Farnham Royal Cricket Club Colts team

- printed all season tickets at no cost to the Club

- Sponsored two sets of school kits for Priory and Ryvers Schools

- continued to sponsor Rebels Radio where needed

- supported the Club in hosting the National League Trust U11s Cup Local and Regional rounds, and had been due to do the same for the South area final

- paid out £1300 to Sponsored Walk charity Pit Stop Slough, and established connections with new walk charity Aik Saath, particularly their young careers project

- £600 sponsorship of Slough Ladies team tracksuit trousers

- successful Christmas draw raising approximately £1000 for the Trust

- continued successful running of the Trust coaches to away matches

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Apr 26 2020 07:50AM

It's time once again for the end of season awards, and whle this season was cut short, we are still looking for the Slough Town Supporters' Player of the Season, as we still want to recogise the excellent work that has gone into the season, even if it hasn't been completed.

As times are different right now, we're going to do things a little differently. While we would normally conduct the vote at a home match, we are going to have to go all online for this year.

What will happen is that we will pair up players in a series of votes to decide who the Supporter's Player of the Season is, in a tournament style arrangement. 20 players currently feature on the list of Slough Town players at the end of the season, so those 20 player will go into the tournament.

First up though, we have a qualifying round featuring the 8 players with the fewest appearances this season, who have been paired up randomly. 4 of those players will join the remaining 12 in the main draw. The qualifying round will start from midday today (Sunday 26th April) with the rounds of the main draw following during the week.

Keep an eye on our social media for the link to the voting site, and the voting times as they happen.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Apr 25 2020 08:02PM

Keep an eye on our social media for a few different activities to help pass the time while we are all indoors. Instead of bringing you #RebelsOnTour, we bring you these activities under #RebelsIndoors. They will be available on Facebook and Twitter as we try and bring you a little something to do during this unusual time. If you have any suggestions for activities, please get in touch.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Mar 17 2020 09:00AM

Due to the uncertainty surrounding the rest of the season, and recent changes to government advice, we have taken the decision to postpone the 2020 #OneSlough Sponsored Walk.

We will aim to rearrange the walk once things have returned to normality and will communicate this as soon as we're able to do so, though obviously we cannot suggest when that might be for a while. We will also continue to work with Aik Saath for the rearranged walk.

Thank you to those who had offered to do the walk or sponsored. The Sponsored Walk will return.

The National League Trust U11s Cup South final, which was due to be at Arbour Park today (Tuesday) and hosted by Slough Town volunteers, has also been postponed.

Please follow the latest advice to protect yourself and others in these difficult times.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Mar 11 2020 11:05AM

The National League Trust U11s Cup returns to Arbour Park for the third time this season on Tuesday as teams from across the south of England battle it out for a place at Wembley.

The South area final will take place at the home of Slough Town, with Club and Trust volunteers on hand to host the event. The winners of each tournament, decided after a group stage and final between the top two, will go to Wembley Stadium to play the North final winners prior to the National League playoff final in May.

In the boys/mixed tournament there are schools representing Dagenham & Redbridge, Maidenhead United, Dartford and Hereford, while schools from Woking, Aldershot, Bromley and Eastleigh will contest the girls tournament.

We wish every team the best of luck and hope they enjoy their day at Arbour Park.

St Edmund Campion School (Maidenhead boys/mixed) and Waverley Abbey (Aldershot girls) progressed from the regional round held at Arbour Park last month, while the Slough Town representatives Priory School girls and Langley Hall boys/mixed teams both finished third in their groups.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Feb 28 2020 07:56PM

Trust board members Dan Brench and Alan Harding visited our 2020 Sponsored Walk charity Aik Saath on Tuesday evening as part of the build up to the walk.

They dropped in on Aik Saath's volunteers evening where teenagers from across Slough come together to plan activities and volunteering across the borough. As part of the evening organiser Rob put together a quiz on the history of the Club around discussing the walk.

The volunteers also got to show off their skills by brainstorming activities for a day they will be spending with the Slough 50+ forum later this year. To do this they had to consider ideas that were suitable for people of a range of ages and abilities.

Aik Saath were also presented with a Slough Town shirt., there are a few photos on our social media We hope this will be the first of several activities between the Trust and Aik Saath in the build up to the walk to promote the event.

The walk details are on our Sponsored Walk page. You can still join the walk by getting in touch with us by email or on social media. Alternatively speak to Alan Harding or Dan Brench at a match. You can donate to the walk using the PayPal button on our Sponsored Walk page, or by visiting our gazebo at a home match. Money raised from the 18 mile walk will be split between the Trust and Aik Saath's young carers program.