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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, Sep 17 2017 10:01AM

We're very pleased to announce that, following the Dulwich Hamlet FA Cup game at Arbour Park, Trust membership has risen to 156. This includes 23 junior members (up from 13 last year) and Active Slough as our first corporate member. This pushes us well past last season's 145 members.

Thank you to all of our members for supporting the Trust this season. The more members that the Trust has, the more it can do to support the Club and promote the Club in the community, so if you have not renewed or are thinking of joining for the first time, please get in touch with Ollie Hayward on matchdays or join online on our website.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Sep 10 2017 10:10AM

The annual general meeting of the Trust was postponed at the last minute on Wednesday. A new date will be announced shortly.

As a result, the meeting became a Special General Meeting for those that were attending, alongside the Trust Board. During the evening, a summary of the accounts from last year and this season’s sponsorship were briefly discussed.

The main talking point was the future of Slough Town Football Club following the announcement that Chairman Steve Easterbrook would be looking to step down. The Trust members present discussed this and agreed to explore this opportunity further. The best way to proceed was not agreed, however an update will be published in due course.

Thanks to all those that attended on Wednesday.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Sep 9 2017 07:38PM

We're pleased to announce that the Trust has surpassed last year's total of 145 members, reaching 147 following today's match against Dunstable.

The offer for a free junior with an adult sign up is proving popular, with 15 free juniors, plus another 4 paid juniors, and also our first corporate member in Active Slough.

It is our 6th straight year of growth, so a massive thank you to everyone who has renewed this season, we have certainly benefitted from the home friendlies when it has come to renewals and joiners. We do not of course stop there and would like to encourage everyone with an interest in Slough Town FC to support the Trust by signing up, as it will help us to do as much as we can to benefit the Club and the community.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Sep 4 2017 02:59PM

We're pleased to announce another special offer for Trust members, with the Potters Arms offering 20% off food. The pub is on Winchmore Hill HP7 0PH between High Wycombe and Amersham.

To claim the offer, you must call them to book a table (max 6 people) on 01494 726 222 and mention that you are a Trust member. You must then have the membership card on you when you pay.

We'd like to extend our thanks to the Potters Arms for their generosity, so why not book your next meal out now?

Special offers for Trust members can be found on our Corporate/Sponsorship page. If you know a company of any kind that is willing to offer a special deal to our members, please get in touch.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Aug 30 2017 07:58AM

We are pleased to announce a special offer for Trust members starting from 1st September.

The Moon and Spoon (Whetherspoons) pub in the centre of Slough will be offering Trust members a 10% discount on food all day on Slough Town home matchdays by showing their membership card when placing their order.

We would like to thank the team at the Moon and Spoon, which is at the end of the High Street by the Curve, for their generous offer and hope that our members will enjoy this extra benefit to being part of the Trust.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Aug 29 2017 11:38AM

On Sunday the Trust entered a team in this year's Slough Barrel Roll. The team, consisting of Alan Harding, Dan Brench, Will Paine and Mark Bailey, took on the theme of the 'Mad Hatters' with Slough shirts and various yellow and blue coloured hats in a bid to promote the Club as part of the charity event. Accompanied by a barrel decorated by Julie Sliski in Mad Hatter's tea party theme, kindly lent to us by the Wheatsheaf pub, the team went up against four pubs from across Slough - the Moon and Spoon, the Rising Sun, the Red Cow and the Wheatsheaf.

With the Trust team going second as the guest team, the first stop was the Rising Sun for a single dart throw challenge, before moving on to the Moon and Spoon to match the beers to their logos. A long stretch of rolling down the High Street gave plenty of promotional opportunity as well as a great chance to collect change for the charity, the Teenage Cancer Trust, as the event moved on to the Red Cow for a croquet challenge. The final stop was the Wheatsheaf with a ring toss game and the after party with karaoke and the score announcement.

With teams marked on their choice of drink, for rolling the barrel all the way and arriving in their fancy dress among other things, as well as the challenges, the Trust team found themselves at the bottom of the pile in the rankings, but they were awarded the best designed barrel award!

With £124.12 donated to the bucket collection at the match on Saturday, the collection was topped up by the people of Slough to £182.34 to go with around £300 on the sponsor form, so thank you to everyone who has given for this worthy cause.

Thank you also to those who entered the event for us and to those who supported us. It was a great day that has hopefully raised a lot for charity.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Aug 26 2017 07:53PM

With two bucket collections at today's match between the Rebels and St Ives, we can reveal that fans have been very generous in their donations.

£172.59 was raised for Rachel Lillywhite's sponsored Memory Walk in Exeter next weekend, with money collected pre-match going to the Alzheimer's Society. You can donate to the fund on the Justgiving page here: www.justgiving.com/fundraising/rachel-lillywhite

At half time and after the game, supporters raised £124.12 for the Teenage Cancer Trust, the nominated charity of the Slough Barrel Roll taking place on Sunday 27th August with a guest supporters team joining in the fun in Slough town centre.

Thank you to all those who donated so generously to both charities. Being involved in charitable acts like these is an important part of promoting the Club.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Aug 23 2017 11:57AM

A busy day of community work is coming this Saturday at Arbour Park, with a couple of collections planned for the game against St Ives.

Prior to the match, from around 1.30-3pm, there will be a bucket collection for the Alzheimer's Society by turnstile 4 by Rachel Lillywhite who is taking part in a sponsored walk for the charity in Exeter on the 3rd September. You will also be able to sponsor Rachel directly on her sponsor form, or you can donate online at www.justgiving.com/fundraising/rachel-lillywhite

At half time and after the game, our volunteers will be doing a bucket collection for the Slough Barrel Roll charity, the Teenage Cancer Trust, in the bar, tea bar and around the ground. Our team will also be rolling the barrel around the ground at half time to get your donations ahead of the event. The event itself is on Sunday starting from the Curve at 12pm, so if you're free grab your Slough colours and get down there to support the event and our team, which is made up of Alan Harding, Dan Brench, Will Paine, Mark Bailey and Julie Sliski, with others welcome to join the group on the day. Our thanks go to the Wheatsheaf Pub on Albert Street for loaning us a barrel for the event.

Last season nearly £4000 was raised from bucket collections and car park permits at Arbour Park, so please be generous and help the Trust, Club and supporters to raise money for as many causes as possible.

Also in attendance at the match will be Solutions for Health, who will be providing Full NHS Health Checks and General Assessments as well as referrals to various lifestyle services in Slough to any supporters who wish to participate prior to/during the game and at half time.