Tuesday, 08 January 2013 10:07


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Wrexham FC and the Wrexham Supporters Trust are pleased to announce a new initiative for the 2012/13 season. Following a period of consultation with the club's disabled fan base steps have been taken to form an independent Disabled Supporters Association.

The Association's aim is to act as a link between Wrexham Football Club and its Disabled fan-base. WFC DSA will represent ALL disabled supporters and will
provide representation for disabled fans to address concerns and problems directly relating to their match day experiences.

They would like to invite any disabled supporter, carer, support group and any other interested individuals who would like the opportunity to serve on the DSA and/or
to join the Association to attend the first Annual General Meeting scheduled for the evening of Thursday 31st January 2013 in the 1873 Suite in Mold Road Stand.

The DSA's initial constitution has been drawn up by a steering committee set up following the launch meeting last year. Details of the structure of the DSA and its remit
are available on www.wst.org.com

In order to form the full DSA committee Wrexham FC wish to invite people interested in taking up the following positions for a 12 month tenure to send a short pen
picture detailing the position(s) they wish to apply for:





·Media/Press/Marketing Secretary

·Membership Secretary

·2 co-opted members can also be elected onto the DSA

If you are interested in being considered for election to one of the positions on the DSA, or are seeking further information and details of the election process, then
please e-mail your pen picture to Terry Stott at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

This is an excellent opportunity for individuals to get involved in some worthwhile community based voluntary work and to gain some valuable experience working at
committee level. Previous committee experience is not too important as the various roles can be taught and 'grown' into overtime.