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Chester Coach

The official Supporters' Coach to Chester is now fully booked up.

The first pick-up point will be the Arion pub at 11.40, then The Crown, The George & finally the MCS Haig Avenue at 12 noon).

Please note the departure time as it was incorrectly printed in the local newspapers.

Thank you for your continued support.

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Coaches to Bromley & Dover

Due to a lack of bookings there will be no supporters' coach to Bromley.

The FA Trophy tie at Dover is on January 16th. The fare is £29 for Trust members, £22 for junior members and £34 for non-members. We are waiting for confirmation from the coach company but it will have an early morning departure time.
A decision will be made on Saturday as to whether it is viable to run this coach so please book now if interested.

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Coach to Chester

We are now taken bookings for the Supporters' coach to Chester in the New Year.

There is a simple 2 tier price system; just £9 for members & £12 for non-members.

With some incredible performances on the pitch places are expected to be taken up quickly. The coach will have the usual pick-up points & will leave the Merseyrail Community Stadium at 12.00.

 

To book phone/text 07861416859

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Weekend in Torquay

After discussion with members it has been decided that we should run a weekend trip to the match at Torquay in March.
Torquay United.      Friday, 18th March to Sunday, 20th.
The quote we have had is from ALFA who not only run coaches but can 
organise hotels in certain resorts including Torquay.
We would leave early on the Friday morning as obviously it is a much longer trip.
The hotel is the Regina which is near the seafront.
The price of bed and breakfast in a double or twin room and including coach travel to and from Torquay and during the weekend is:-
£84 (if 40 book) and £94 (if 30 book). There would also be a charge of £12 for insurance unless you had proof you had your own travel insurance   
(A single room would cost an extra £15)
We require firm bookings by Tuesday 19th January with a deposit of £40 within seven days of that to meet Alfa’s terms and conditions. We would require a minimum of 30 people to be able to make the booking.
Deposits would be lost if the bookings were cancelled due to postponement because of bad weather or either team being in the FA Trophy semi-final which is on that day.
If you require any further information please call it at the Trust Office on match days or contact Martin Robinson at dmjrobinson@btinternet.com  
After discussion with members it has been decided that we should run a weekend trip to the match at Torquay in March.

The dates will be from Friday, 18th March to Sunday, 20th.
The quote we have had is from ALFA who not only run coaches but can organise hotels in certain resorts including Torquay.We would leave early on the Friday morning as obviously it is a much longer trip.The hotel is the Regina which is near the seafront.The price of bed and breakfast in a double or twin room and including coach travel to and from Torquay and during the weekend is:-
£84 (if 40 book) and £94 (if 30 book). There would also be a charge of £12 for insurance unless you had proof you had your own travel insurance   (A single room would cost an extra £15)
We require firm bookings by Tuesday 19th January with a deposit of £40 within seven days of that to meet Alfa’s terms and conditions. We would require a minimum of 30 people to be able to make the booking.Deposits would be lost if the bookings were cancelled due to postponement because of bad weather or either team being in the FA Trophy semi-final which is on that day.
If you require any further information please call it at the Trust Office on match days or contact Martin Robinson at dmjrobinson@btinternet.com  

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Ten years ago today ...

Ten years ago today, on December 14 2005, the first public meeting was held for the proposed Southport FC supporters’ group.

The meeting was held in the function room at the Mount on Manchester Road, and those present elected to call a further meeting to determine whether the club’s supporters and the surrounding community wanted to form a trust.

The meeting was the first in a number of key events which, as interest mounted over the following months, culminated in the formation of Trust in Yellow in April 2006.

Above is the poster from the initial meeting and pictured below at the meeting are Jonathan O’Byrne, the Trust’s first chairman, and Jacqui Forster, from Supporters’ Direct, who both addressed the fans present.

The Trust is very proud to be celebrating its tenth anniversary in 2016 and we look forward to marking the milestone in several ways during the coming year.

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