145 Results for author: BWFCST

Email to Members – Update from the BWFCST Board

When we wrote to you on 13 May ’20 with our survey feedback, we signposted that we had reached out to FV on behalf of those fans who were willing to decline refunds for games not played. At the time of writing this email, we are still waiting to hear from the club what the policy will be and to understand how the process for issuing refunds to those fans ... More

EFL Statement – Coronavirus Update

The EFL Board has met today to further consider the many complex financial and operational matters resulting out of the COVID-19 crisis, including how the 2019/20 campaign is concluded. Please click here to read the full news article > https://www.efl.com/news/2020/may/efl-statement-coronavirus-update/ More

Survey Update

During April, the new board of BWFCST asked supporters for their views on how the current pandemic might affect football as we know it now. In that survey we also invited feedback and comments on any other things supporters felt were relevant. It was great to see so many get involved, with over 800 giving their views in the main survey, and over 600 ... More

Open Letter to Supporters from Rick Parry (EFL Chair) – BWFCST Comment

On the 132nd anniversary of the foundation of the Football League, the Chair of the EFL has published an open letter to supporters of every EFL club. Whilst acknowledging current Government guidelines in the attempts to deal with the coronavirus outbreak, the open letter deals in more detail with the specific problems the game of football is facing in ... More

Anxious Times – Help Is Available

In difficult times and facing at least another 3 weeks of lockdown, please be aware that help is available. If you need to talk, please make use of any of the following who are there to listen and to assist.Stay safe. We are in this together. For support for people feeling suicidal, if you are concerned about someone or if you are bereaved by suicide ... More

BWFCST Supporters Survey

As the current coronavirus outbreak continues to bring uncertainty in so many ways, football included, the new Board of the BWFCST thought it might be a good time to obtain BWFC supporters views on how you think the pandemic might affect football as we know it. The survey should only take a few minutes of your time and we would greatly appreciate your ... More

An Introduction to Will Jones

Hello all, my name is Will Jones, a 20 year old Sports Media student at the University of Chichester, originally from the Ribble Valley, a lifelong Bolton Wanderers fan and most importantly, a new member of the BWFCST board which I’m delighted to now officially be a part of. I want to begin by wishing everyone well during these unprecedented times, I ... More

An Introduction to Sue Higson

I feel really privileged to sit on the Board of BWFCST, having signed up to be a member on that evening in January 2016 when more than 1000 of us came together in the Platinum Suite with a shared concern about our club. I’m just a regular fan. BWFC became part of who I am back in December 1977 when my Dad took his then 10 year old daughter to her ... More

An Introduction to Paul Wood

I have been a Bolton Wanderers supporter since my first game in November 1969. The club is the closest bond I had with my late father and has been my bond with my son since he was a toddler, and who has gone on to make me the proudest dad ever by representing the Academy at every junior age group, up to under 16. (1998 to 2006). BWFC is my passio... More

An Introduction to Robin Fletcher

It was good news to hear I had been given a place on the BWFCST’s Board. The news was tempered by the Corona Virus pandemic. I have been a Bolton Wanderers supporter since the 1960’s and a season ticket holder for nigh on 50 years. I believe the Trust is the best vehicle for supporters to safe guard the long term future of the Club. Further... More