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Trust chairman calls on fans to share views at May 24 meeting

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Trust STFC are calling on supporters to attend a fans’ meeting next week as they continue to develop long and short-term plans of action. The Trust, who recently announced intentions to purchase the County Ground freehold from Swindon Borough Council, say all Town fans are welcome to attend the event which is due to take […]

Fan Memories

REMEMBER ME? Part Two: Alex Henshall

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ALEX HENSHALL has experienced virtually every high and low available to young footballers trying to make the grade. He took some time to talk Town, Manchester City and his future with STEVEN FYFE.  How was it coming through the STFC academy? “Great. As a young lad all I wanted to do was play football! “I […]

The County Ground

THE STRATTON BANK: How do we take the regeneration project forward?

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Whatever to do with the Stratton Bank? Two and a half years ago, Trust STFC launched our ‘Raise the Roof’ initiative, with the expressed intention of regenerating a stand which is falling quickly into disrepair and now only occasionally used as a pen for away supporters. The campaign has, understandably, had its detractors. Some feel […]

Red Army Business Club

RED ARMY BUSINESS CLUB: All you need to know

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The Red Army Business Club is a new offering that we at Trust STFC are looking to launch officially in the near future. The idea is to link up with local small and medium-sized businesses and build relationships around the community. Our network is growing stronger all the time. The first company to sign up […]

Social Media Support

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International Reds

WHO ARE YA? Part I: David Squires

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TrustSTFC.tv gets to know some of Swindon Town’s more prominent fans around the world… starting with this bloke – who you might know for his drawings… Who are ya? David Squires What do you do? Cartoonist for The Guardian and author of ‘The Illustrated History of Football’. What does that involve? On weeks like this […]

Trust Heroes

Trust Hero: Roger Bunce

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Our first Trust Hero award goes to Roger Bunce… In this video, Trust chairman Steve Mytton talks to former chairman of the Swindon Town Supporters Club, Roger Bunce, about his history with the club. Roger joined the Supporters Club Committee in 1997 and is the promoter of the 50/50 halftime draw, which with a small […]

World of Football

SUPPORTERS DIRECT: Forest Green make £2.5m losses chasing EFL dream

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By Alan Jones Forest Green Rovers made a loss of nearly £2.5 million as they pursued promotion to the EFL, the club’s accounts have revealed. The losses of £2,469,374 – to April 2016 – are down on the previous year but overall losses are in excess of £5.3million. The club, managed by former Swindon boss […]

Community

TrustSTFC Football Fun Day

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One of the long term goals of TrustSTFC is to ensure that local families and schoolchildren get an interest in Swindon Town FC, and so back in February we decided to run a FREE football fun day for local primary school children, to help promote the club. A registration website was promoted in local primary […]

When Harry met Sammy

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STFC SUPPORTERS CLUB: Who, what, where and when

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In this video, Trust Chairman Steve Mytton talks to former Chairman of the Swindon Town Supporters Club, Roger Bunce, about the achievements of the Supporters Club over the past decade. Visit www.swindontownsupportersclub.com to find out more about the 50/50 draw, Pounds for Points and the end of season dinner. Achievements Contributed in excess of £10,000 […]

Fan Engagement

GREAT WESTERN REDS: Derby Day Tifo

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Alongside the Swindon Town Supporters Club, we were delighted to help out the Great Western Reds for the recent fan display against Oxford. Hats off to the lads who put in a massive amount of effort. If you haven’t read the story behind their ‘derby day tifo’, then please click here It was the brightest […]

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