Mae Gwesty'r Holt Lodge wedi ymuno â nifer gynyddol o fusnesau lleol sy'n dangos eu cefnogaeth i Glwb Pêl-droed Wrecsam ac Ymddiriedolaeth Cefnogwyr Wrecsam drwy gynnig bargeinion arbennig i Aelodau'r Ymddiriedolaeth a deiliaid tocyn tymor y Clwb Pêl-droed.
The Holt Lodge Hotel has joined a growing number of local businesses showing their support for Wrexham Football Club and the Wrexham Supporters Trust by offering exclusive deals to WST Members and Wrexham FC Season ticket holders.
Held On: Monday, 27th February 2012
Venue: The Centenary Club, The Glyndwr Racecourse Stadium, Mold Road, Wrexham, LL11 2AH
The Chair of the Trust, Peter Jones (PJ), welcomed members to the Special General Meeting (SGM)
- PJ outlined the agenda of the meeting and the reason why the Board has called the SGM
- PJ outlined why the Board had to send the number of packs out to members who had not validated their e-mail address
- PJ introduced James Mathie (JM) rom Supporters Direct as the guest for the evening
Wrexham fans yesterday made a fantastic gesture to crisis club Kettering Town when supporters rattled collection buckets to help raise a grand total of £1,417.
Due to the off the field problems that Kettering Town FC are facing, and the fact that we have been through troubled times ourselves, the Board of Wrexham Supporters Trust felt that we should help Kettering Town Supporters Trust by making a bucket collection at the home game with the Poppies on Saturday 21st January with all proceeds being handed over to the Chairman of their Trust after the game.
Having moved from Rockingham Road, there home since 1897, last summer, they now find themselves under a transfer embargo and thus a threadbare squad. The Trust's Press Officer Karen Spencer, stated "We have to take this seriously now. I don't think we can sit back and wait for things to come to a head. Ultimately this is about saving Kettering Town Football Club."
Any members who would be willing to shake a bucket for the collection then can we ask that you report to the Trust Shop on Mold Road at 1.30pm on the day of the game to help with the collection.We would also ask all fans to dig deep and help a troubled club in their hour of need. We have been their ourselves.