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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, Oct 10 2018 11:44AM

The Slough Town Supporters Trust is delighted to be working with STFC and STFC Juniors secretary Kay Lathey to bring the National League U11s Cup to the town.


The annual tournament is arranged by the National League Trust, the league’s charitable organisation which provides funding for community projects at National League clubs, aimed at year 6 school teams and takes place with the incentive of the final being played before the playoff final at Wembley in May.


First however, a team is to be selected to represent STFC at the regional finals in the New Year. The Trust and STFC are working to arrange a local tournament for year 6 teams in the girls and mixed/boys categories. Through contacts at the Slough School Sports Network (SSSN), an application form has been distributed to every junior school in the town ahead of the proposed tournament on Thursday 1st November at Arbour Park.


The winner in each category will go to represent the Club at the regional finals in February/March, with North/South finals held in late March. The winners from these will then get their chance at Wembley in May.


This will be the first of a series of planned community-based donations using money left to the Trust by Dave Carpenter (see our earlier news story for information). While half a day of pitch hire is being paid for by a donation given to STFC Juniors, the Trust will allocate some money from Dave’s donation to pay for any extra time needed on the pitch, as well as trophies and medals and two sets of STFC kit for the winning teams to wear at the regional finals.


Schools which are interested should approach Kay Lathey on gensec@sloughtownfc.net to apply by Friday 19th October or get more information.


Good luck to all the teams entering and we look forward to an exciting day of competition.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Oct 7 2018 03:26PM

Following the sad passing of Dave Carpenter earlier this year, we can announce that the Trust has been given a sum of £5000 from his estate.

Dave was an active supporter of the Club for decades and a keen volunteer, not just for the first team matchdays but he was a great advocate of the Trust and its work in the community. He was also very active in the running of the PALS disability team set up and spent a lot of his time working to help the team's management and players.

The Trust will be allocating the money that Dave has kindly left to a selection of community projects which will be announced as the arrangements are made. We're hoping that the first of these will be announced sometime this week.

We'd like to thank Dave's family for his kind donation and we will do our best to create some special work with his money.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Sep 26 2018 05:52PM

The Annual General Meeting of the Slough Town Supporters Trust will take place on Wednesday 7th November 2018. It will be held at Cippenham Working Men's Club, starting at 8pm. As part of the process involved in running the Trust, an AGM must be held each year following the review of the previous year's accounts. It allows members to discuss anything they would like about the Trust, while also completing the formal processes.


There is also the opportunity for elections to the Trust board. If you feel that you would like to play a role in the running of the Trust and it's work for both Club and community, which involves occasional meetings, you can download a form from our Events page. Please return the form no later than Friday 26th October.


We look forward to seeing as many members as possibly at the AGM.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Sep 10 2018 12:25PM

We're getting closer to our target!

Following the Oxford City game on Saturday, we have reached 183 members, which is an increase of 28 on the same point last year.

Our target is to beat 200 members this season, so if you haven't joined yet, or can recommend us to other fans, please join by speaking to Ollie at our gazebo on a home match day or by visiting our Join page on our website to use the PayPal buttons to join.

Everything we do is for the benefit of Slough Town FC in either promotional or financial activity, so the more members we have, the more we can do for the Club. Join today and help us to get past 200 members!

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Sep 7 2018 11:50AM

We're pleased to announce that, after counting up the money collected from the sponsorship form and the bucket collections at the Dulwich Hamlet match, the Slough Barrel Roll team raised £320 towards the event's charity fundraising.

The total is yet to be announced but is believed to be more than £1000, and will be donated to local charity Destiny Support. The late Dave Carpenter, a long time Rebels fan who passed away earlier this year, was an enthusiastic volunteer for this charity which is the origin of the Slough Town PALS disability team.

Thank you to everyone who donated and to our team who took part.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Sep 3 2018 12:11PM

The Trust is delighted to announce the total raised by this year's Sponsored Walk!


The walk took in the route of the returning Slough Half Marathon and raised money to be split between the Trust and local charity Berkshire Vision, who work across Berkshire to help those with visual impairment.

Through the efforts of sponsoring the walkers, as well as bucket and flag collections, we are pleased to say that the final total was £1650. Thank you so much to all those who donated to help us raise this great total, and especially thank you to those who took part in the walk.


Berkshire Vision will be attending our match against Oxford City on Saturday with their stall, so pop along to see them and find out more about what they do. We will also be presenting the cheque for £825 to the charity on the pitch at half time.


The Sponsored Walk will return at the end of the season!

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Aug 13 2018 08:06AM

We're pleased to once again be entering the Slough Barrel Roll as this year's guest team!


The charity event, which sees teams rolling beer barrels through Slough town centre and taking part in pub games at 4 of Slough's local pubs, takes place on Sunday 26th August.

The Slough Town Supporters team became the first non-pub team in the history of the event last year, where we picked up the best barrel design award.


We're looking for a few volunteers to join our team for this fun event, so can you hold your nerve for the pub games, handle your drink and get that barrel around the town? If so, get in touch with Alan Harding or contact us on social media.

The event starts at the Moon and Spoon at 12pm (teams to assemble at 11.30am) before moving onto the Rising Sun, along the High Street and up to the Red Cow and then to the finish at the Wheatsheaf where the after party is hosted.


We will be holding a collection at the Dulwich Hamlet home game on Bank Holiday Monday to raise money for the chosen charity (to be announced) so please give generously.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Aug 6 2018 12:14PM

The good news is that Trust membership continues to rise, with numbers now reaching 154 following the opening match of the new season. This puts us at just over three-quarters of the way to our target of 200 members for this season.

So if you're a renewing member, someone who hasn't joined before, a seasoned Slough fan or a new addition to the Rebels' support, help us to help the Club and the community by joining the Trust today. You can find out more about what we do and the benefits of being a member by browsing our website. The more members we have, the more we can do, and with other projects being worked on all the time, there's plenty to get involved in!

It's just £10 for an adult to join and you can get a free junior membership when signed up with an adult (additional juniors £5 per season), so join today by using our PayPal buttons, download a membership form or join at a home match.