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We have today posted some important documents on the website. We would ask all members to view the Election Policy (here) and the Board Membership and Conduct Policy (here) as these will form the basis of the forthcoming elections. Further relevant documentation associated with the constitution and governance of the BWFCST will shortly ...
BWFC Supporters' Trust interim Chairman, Richard Hurst and Steering Group
member, Bill Dawson met with Dean Holdsworth on Tuesday 12 April 2016 for an informal, introductory chat which covered a wide range of subjects, from the Trust’s progress, its role as a democratically accountable voice of the supporters, and its aims to involve ...
Arrangements for the first BWFCST meeting to be held on Thursday 31st March 2016 are now being finalised.
Format of the Meeting
The meeting will be held in the Premier Suite (Macron Stadium) and will commence at 7.45pm (doors open from 7.00pm). There will be food available, as per the open meeting on 6th January.
The evening will be hosted by Radio ...
Dear fellow Wanderer,
Update on Membership
Last week, you will have seen an appeal from me urging you brilliant fans to turn your pledges into BWFCST memberships. (See the article here)
The response has been fantastic and we are now approaching 2,000 full members. On behalf of the Trust Steering Group
and myself, I would like to thank you all so ...
The first official BWFCST Meeting is now scheduled for Thursday 31 March 2016.
The event will take place in the Macron Stadium Premier Suite at 7.45pm (doors open 7.00pm) and will give the steadily growing membership and all other supporters the opportunity to take part in a Q&A session with the trusts' Steering Group
The event is primarily ...
Dear fellow Wanderer,
On 6th January 2016 in the Premier Suite at the Macron, I shared an emotional and passionate evening with a thousand fellow Whites fans. At the open meeting, we heard about what a Supporters’ Trust could achieve in giving the BWFC fans a voice in the governance of our wonderful club. The guys from Pompey told us about the troubles ...
The BWFCST Steering Group
is committed to moving towards a fully accountable election process with full transparency and to involving as many Trust members as possible in voting to elect the first BWFCST board. In order to achieve this, we are working with Supporters Direct regarding all aspects of the process, including the structure and constitution of ...
BWFCST Steering Group
would like to congratulate Dean Holdsworth and Sports Shield Consortium on their successful acquisition of BWFC, subject to approval from the Football League, and welcome Dean back to Bolton. BWFC supporters will have fond memories of Dean’s time with our club and hope that the new regime can galvanise all parties in pulling together ...
The Bolton Wanderers Supporters' Trust understands that there may be a decision by the end of this week from the owner regarding the sale of the club. The statement made by the Trust on 28 January 2016 and posted on our website is still current. To date there has been no answer received.
The Steering Group
wish to reiterate that we are still working ...
In an attempt to address genuine concerns and questions raised recently, Steering Group
member Ian Bridge has offered to personally answer any emails in an attempt to keep supporters as up to date as possible with the ongoing establishment of the BWFCST.
The emails below are indicative of some of the current questions arising in various forums and only ...