Posts Tagged ‘Trust’

Alcohol sales at Starks Park – what do you think?

Sunday, September 8th, 2013

So the Tories are writing to all scottish football clubs to get their views on allowing the sale of alcohol at football games the same way as they do in England. So what do you as supporters think? Would you like a pint with your pie rather than a bovril?

See BBC article here

RRFC Supporter Director

Wednesday, April 10th, 2013

The nomination process for the Supporters-Director role at Raith Rovers FC is now open.

Nominations, seconded by two members of Raith Forum organisations (Supporters Club, 200 Club, Jim McMillan Club and Supporters Trust), should be received no later than Friday 26 April. In the event of more than one nomination being received an election will take place between Monday 29 April and Friday 17 May.

More details on the duties and responsibilities of the role can be found here.

The Nomination Form can be downloaded here.

Nominations for Supporters-Director

Thursday, September 16th, 2010

Nominations are now being sought for the position of Supporters-Director.

The position is currently held by Tom Phillips but is subject to a nomination and possible election process every two years. Anyone wishing to put themselves forward for the role should read the role profile to determine whether they would be a suitable candidate, complete the nomination form and return it to the Raith Trust postal address by the closing date.

Nominations will need to be supported by two others who are members of a supporters’ organisations, namely; Supporters Club, 200 Club, Jim McMillan Club or the Raith Supporters’ Trust.

Nominations will close on Wednesday 6 October.

10_09 Supporter Director Role Profile

10_09 Nomination Form

Who would be a Luton fan?

Tuesday, July 15th, 2008

You’ve got to feel for Luton fans. Having been declared insolvent 3 times in the last 10 years and having just been relegated to the lowest Football League division, they now face the prospect of starting next season with -30 points.  Given they only achieved 33 points last season is it really worth it? See the Times story.

Gretna reborn

Friday, July 11th, 2008

I see Gretna are the latest club to be raised from the ashes by it’s supporters. Following in the footsteps of Clydebank and Wimbledon, it proves yet again how important supporters are and what can be achieved when they come together.  I do have to wonder about the fact they will be playing in the East of Scotland league. My geography ain’t that good but I wouldn’t have described Gretna as East of Scotland. See BBC News story.