Post by tinfoilhatman on Apr 21, 2021 20:55:08 GMT
As discussed at the last Supporters' Trust Meeting, Alan Russell from Supporters Direct Scotland, has been invited to speak this coming Tuesday, 27th April, 7.30 pm - (Teams link to follow).
This is to give a presentation on the role of SDS, supporters trusts in general, and potential developments for the ARST. www.supporters-direct.scot/
This will take the form of a short presentation followed by a brief Q&A, with Alan on the role of trusts in Scotland. Just to add, that this is not an "official" trust meeting, but an action from the last meeting, on a previously agreed date.
I wholly understand that this may not be of interest to all, and seen as a distraction by many. However, with the recent improvements on the park, and upturn of fortunes, this may be a perfect opportunity to reset and consider the role of the trust at ARFC.
Post by tinfoilhatman on Apr 25, 2021 10:50:13 GMT
Agree with Jaydee, and it is always good to have all ages and interests considered for any decisions or events. For example, years back we had fans playing in a 5's tournament through the Pie and Bovril site: my body creaks at the thought now - young man's game.
Jokes aside, (although again, I am an ordinary member) new members and fans bring skills, and help generate ideas that as a whole group, should be considered, agreed /disagreed with.