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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, Jul 20 2017 04:23PM

We're pleased to confirm that Slough Town Supporters Trust will be taking part in this year's Slough Barrel Roll through the town centre as a guest team.

The event is on Sunday 27th August, starting at 12pm from the Curve and will be raising money for the Teenage Cancer Trust charity, with teams rolling their barrels through the town, taking part in different activities along the way. So if you're free, grab your Slough Town colours and come and support our team.

More details will follow as we support the event, so keep an eye on our website and social media for further updates.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Jul 16 2017 04:48PM

We're pleased to announce that as part of the Trust's commitment to promoting the Club in the community, we will be attending the Slough Play Day event at Salt Hill Park on Wednesday 2nd August.

The event is from 12-4pm in the central Slough Park, and we will be there with a stall offering details on season tickets, Trust membership, sponsorship packages, Slough Town Juniors and Junior Rebels offers. We will also be running a raffle offering Junior Rebels membership and a family ticket to a STFC match among other prizes, and possibly a 'beat the keeper' game (provided a volunteer can be found to go in goal for the afternoon). Proceeds from these activities would go to the STFC Juniors teams

The event is usually very well attended so we thank Active Slough and STFC for giving us the opportunity to attend the event.


We are however looking for volunteers who can pop along to help at some point during the afternoon. There is no parking for the event so anyone who can come down would have to do so by taxi or public transport. if you can help, please get in touch with Dan Brench on matchdays or by email or social media. We are looking for people willing to go in goal and to run the stall. We may also need a volunteer who is able to help move the gazebo and other bits around in the morning and after the event (if no one can stay as once a stall's car is parked it cannot leave after 10.45am until after the event).


The event is usually very well attended so we thank Active Slough and STFC for giving us the opportunity to attend the event.


We're also very happy to say that, following the Tooting & Mitcham game, Trust membership stands at 78 including 9 junior members. This has been a great response just 2 weeks after we re-opened the membership, and puts us more than half way towards beating last season's number of 145 members. We would like to encourage everyone associated with STFC to join the Trust for just £10 per season to help us to help the Club.

Don't forget we're offering a free junior membership with every adult membership. Find out more about junior membership on our Join page.

The Trust is there to support STFC financially and in promotion terms while also investing in the football community in Slough, so join us to be part of the work of the Trust. Check out our previous news story for details on our donations to Club and community so far this season.

So please enourage everyone you know to join the Trust!

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Jul 13 2017 05:38PM

Slough Town Supporters Trust are pleased to announce its donation packages to benefit Slough Town FC this season.

The Trust board, on behalf of its members, has decided to make a donation of £2,500 directly to the club. This will include the cost of this seasons advertising board at Arbour Park of £500.

However we are not stopping there. The Trust has purchased a card printing machine at a cost of approximately £1000. This will allow the Trust to produce the Club's season tickets, as well as the Trust membership cards, on to a professional wallet sized plastic card at no cost the club.

In addition to the donation and support to the club, we have also agreed to continue our sponsorship of Rebels Radio with MyFootballClub so that the service can continue into the new season. Rebels Radio will return at the start of the season on August 12th.

Finally, we will also be making a donation of £500 towards the creation of a solid path between the match day car park at St Joseph’s school and the gate into the Arbour Park facility. The work will be completed during the summer and should provide a safer route between the school and stadium.


The Trust is there to support the Club, so please join the Trust today to help us to support the Club and promote it within the community through events and charity work. More members means we can do more for the Club, you can find more details on our Join page and join either online or at a home match.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Jul 9 2017 11:28AM

Can you help with donations to the Reminiscent Room project at Wexham Park Hospital?


As part of the continued work by the Trust to contribute to the dementia-friendly room in Ward 3 at WPH, which included the Sponsored Walk and Slough Town Open, we are looking for any donations to the room that can be used in the 'memory boxes'.

So, if you have anything from the 1950s such as books or other memorabilia that you no longer want, please bring it to the Trust table at a home match by turnstile 4.


For anyone who took part in the Sponsored Walk, please pass on the sponsor money as soon as you can to one of our Trust board members. Once all the money has been collected we will be able to announce a total. The funds have already surpassed last year's total and there's still more to come!


You can find out more about the project by viewing the video on our Sponsored Walk page, and by viewing the original Walk announcement by clicking here.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Jul 3 2017 07:47AM

We're pleased to open the applications for membership for the 2017-18 season.


Please be aware that all Trust membership lasts for one season so if you were a member last year, you have to renew for this season.

You can do so via the PayPal buttons on our Join page or download a membership form using the button in our page headers. Alternatively you can come and see us on a matchday to get a form. Membership cards will be issued to all members however this will not be done immediately.


Don't forget to take advantage of our special offer where you can sign up a Junior member for FREE when you sign up for an adult membership. See our Join page for details on what benefits Junior members recieve.


Can we beat last year's 145 members? All money raised by the Trust is used to either support the Club financially or indirectly through promotional events and work with charities and the local community, so please sign up to help us to promote and support Slough Town FC.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Jul 3 2017 07:47AM

We're pleased to open the applications for membership for the 2017-18 season.


Please be aware that all Trust membership lasts for one season so if you were a member last year, you have to renew for this season.

You can do so via the PayPal buttons on our Join page or download a membership form using the button in our page headers. Alternatively you can come and see us on a matchday to get a form. Membership cards will be issued to all members however this will not be done immediately.


Don't forget to take advantage of our special offer where you can sign up a Junior member for FREE when you sign up for an adult membership. See our Join page for details on what benefits Junior members recieve.


Can we beat last year's 145 members? All money raised by the Trust is used to either support the Club financially or indirectly through promotional events and work with charities and the local community, so please sign up to help us to promote and support Slough Town FC.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Jul 1 2017 03:17PM

The first ever Slough Town Open foot golf event, held at the designated foot golf course at Richings Park Golf Club on Saturday 1st July.


Nine teams took part in the event which was split into the ‘Pro’ category of 5 teams containing foot golfer from the circuit, and the ‘Community’ category of 4 teams. After registration and a teams briefing, the teams headed out to the first tee for a group photo on the Space Station first tee. The teams were then sent out every few minutes to start their 18 hole round, starting with the Pro teams and then the Community teams. A couple of hours later after a fun and challenging round for all, the final team returned to the clubhouse for the awards presentation.


The par score for the course is 70. A closest to the pin competition was held on the second hole with some Nandos vouchers as prizes. The Individual score awards were rewarded with trophies and the Team score awards were a trophy with medals for each player.


The event raised money for the Reminiscent Room project at Wexham Park Hospital which will be added to the funds from the 2017 Sponsored Walk. £45 was raised from the team fees, with another £50 being added from the sponsorship of Space Station Storage – the team that won the competition for entry fees pulled out of the event so the money goes to the charity instead.


We received some very positive feedback on the event and everyone had a great time in what is an active, fun and social activity. The Slough Town Open will return in 2018, although it may be at a different time of year, potentially towards the end of the 2017-18 season on a Sunday, so keep an eye out for the confirmed date later in the year.


Thank you to Mark Scotchford and Richings Park FootGolf for their support and organisation, to Monster Shop and Space Station for their sponsorship, and to all the teams for entering and making the event a success.


Photos will be available from HorshamRebel.co.uk soon and there will also be some on our Facebook page of the teams and group photos.


Slough Town Open 2017 Awards:

- Closest to the Pin Pro: Daryl North (Monster Shop Legends)

- Closest to the Pin Community: Davin Samms (Two Left Feet)

- Best Individual Pro Score: Dan Lee (Monster Shop Legends) 57 (actual winner was Mark Scotchford of team Stephen Hawkins Football Boots with 53 but the award was passed on to the next best)

- Best Individual Pro Score: Onno Wijnen (Slouch Potatoes) 71 (ties with Dean Griffiths of Two Left Feet and Tomas Ducar of Team Slovakia but wins on countback with best back 9 score of 33)

- Best Team Pro Score: Monster Shop Legends 175 (best 3 scores)

- Best Team Community Score: Two Left Feet 218 (best 3 scores)


Final Leaderboard (best 3 scores per team):

- 1st Pro - Monster Shop Legends 175

- 2nd Pro - Stephen Hawkins Football Boots 192

- Tied 3rd Pro – Team Slovakia, Dude Where’s My Par?, Richings Rejects 196

- 1st Community – Two Left Feet 218

- Ties 2nd Community – Unprofessionals, Slouch Potatoes (Lego Slough) 223

- 4th Community – Tee Birds (Lego Slough) 311

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Jun 30 2017 10:09AM

We're pleased to announce that the Trust membership for 2017-18 will open on Monday 3rd July.


Membership will stay at £10 for adults with members still receiving their £5 discount on away match coach travel, with the funds going to help the work of the Trust with the Club and the community.


This season we are introducing a new idea for our junior membership. Junior membership is now FREE when the junior member is signed up with an adult at the same time*. Additional junior members will still be just £5.

Included in junior membership is:

- £5 coach travel to away matches

- Christmas present

- Easter egg

- Birthday card

- Membership card


Membership will be available for purchase via our website either by using the Paypal buttons or by downloading a membership form and sending it to us either on a matchday or by post. Alternatively you can speak to our Trust table by turnstile 4 on matchdays to get a form.


Last season saw the Trust continue 5 years of growth with 145 members signed up to support the work of the Trust. The Trust continues to support the Club with both financial, promotional and volunteer support, including work with charities and in the community, and we will have more news on these coming soon and across the course of the season.


So join the Trust to help us to do as much as we can to help support and promote Slough Town FC during what promises to be a very exciting season.



* One free junior membership per adult membership purchased. Junior member's date of birth required, they should be under 16 to apply for junior membership. Adult signature required to authorise junior memberships.