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Open Fans Meeting Wednesday

In view of the recent off-field events surrounding the club, TrustSTFC have brought forward their first fans meeting of the season.

FULL RELEASE FROM TRUST STFC:

In view of the recent off-field events surrounding the club, TrustSTFC have brought forward our first fans meeting of the season which will now take place on Wednesday 27th September at the former Railway Museum.

The planned meeting in the first week of October has been cancelled to make way for the earlier date. The meeting will start at 7:30pm.

The aim of the meeting is to establish the facts regarding the current situation at the club as far as possible and to decide what action if any the fans should take.

Please note, the venue for this meeting is the former Railway Museum, this is not the same as the Steam Railway Museum. Directions for this venue are :-

From the centre of Swindon, head north up Bridge Street then left at the junction with Faringdon Road. The venue is on Faringdon Road between its junctions with East Street and Emelyn Square




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Writer: Moonraker1969 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday September 22 2006

Time: 6:47PM

 

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