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NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

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NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

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Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Wrexham Football Supporters’ Society (known as the Wrexham Supporters Trust, “WST”) will be held at 7.30pm on Thursday 29th June 2017 at the Centenary Club, The Racecourse Ground, Wrexham LL11 2AH.

Notice of Elections:

There will be seven vacancies on the Trust Board. An Election Nominations Form accompanies this notice which must be completed and returned (with the candidate’s statement) to the Secretary WST AGM, “Freepost WST” by Friday 26th May 2017. Members interested in standing will find information about the role below.

Candidates are also encouraged to send their nominations by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (this is not compulsory and should be in addition to the posted hard copy). 

Should there be seven or less candidates for the vacancies, there will not be a formal ballot of members but instead those people validly nominated will be put to the Annual General Meeting enbloc for an affirmative vote.

Call for Resolutions:

In addition to any resolutions that will be put forward by the Trust Board, members can submit their own resolutions to the meeting. Such a resolution must be submitted (in accordance with Rule 27 of the Society) to the Secretary by Thursday 1st June 2017. Please send any proposals to the Secretary WST AGM, ’ Freepost WST’ and also by email as well to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Alan Fox

WST Independent Secretary

Thinking about standing for the Trust Board?

Here is some information to help you decide.

Who can stand for the Trust Board? - Any person wishing to stand for election to the Board must be a Trust member at least 90 days prior to the closing date for nominations and be nominated by at least two Trust members. The candidate’s membership, and those of the two members nominating him or her, must be no more than six weeks in arrears prior to the date of nomination.  

Who are the Trust Board? - The Trust Board consists of between twelve and fifteen Board members. Most are elected by the membership and can serve for 3 years before having to seek re-election but some Board members are co-opted during the year to do specific tasks. There is also an appointed Secretary. All Board members have to act in accordance with the Trust Rules and polices including the Board membership policy (available on the Trust website under “downloads”).

What does the Trust Board do? -As a community benefit society the Trust is required by law to have a Board to conduct its business in accordance with the Rules. The Trusts Plan and other information can be found on the Trust website at http://wst.org.uk/www3/

The Trust Board is the Governing Body of Wrexham AFC, it meets every month and delegates some functions to sub groups led by Board members. The sub groups are the Fans Ownership group, the Revenue Generation Group, the Community Group and the Football Operations Group (consisting of those Trust Board members who are also nominated to sit on the Football Club Board).

Key topics dealt with by these groups will include membership, volunteering, media and communications, finances and fundraising. The Trust’s
Vision going forward is to “strengthen a successful, financially stable, fans-owned professional football club at the heart of our communities and which unites half a nation”.

The Board’s three broad key aims are to develop fans ownership, secure financial stability and generate additional revenue whilst ensuring we progress as a community football club.

How does the Trust Board differ from the Football Club Board? - The Football Club is wholly owned by the Trust but has a separate Board of Directors who are responsible for the day to day operational running of the Club. Four Trust Board members also sit on the Club Board. As well as carrying out the work of the Trust, the Trust Board provides strategy and direction to the Club Board.

If you want to know more about the work of the Trust Board please contact Alan Fox on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. How will the Elections be organised?  - In accordance with our Election Policy the elections will be run by an Election Management Group consisting of an independent person, a Trust member and Alan Fox (Independent WST Secretary).

 How do I stand for election?Complete the  Nominations Form, Complete the Candidates Statement ( Click HERE to download) and send both to Alan Fox, Secretary WST AGM, ’WST Freepost’ by Friday 26th May 2017. It will help to e mail them to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. as well.

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BUILD THE BUDGET | Duck Race At Nant Mill

ducks 43'Build the budget' is continuing to be a great success as Wrexham Football Club have eyes firmly planted on making next season a success on the field.

The latest initiative from Build the budget is our massive duck race which will take place at Nant Mill, Coedpoeth on Saturday July 15th from 11am.

To enter, you simply need to pick up a duck from the club shop at the cost of £5. Each duck is numbered and will be entered in to a series of preliminary races.

The winners from each race will go into a 'super race' later on and the winner of this race will receive a special prize!

It will certainly be a fantastic afternoon for the kids and the whole family while supporting our efforts to build the budget.

The Junior Dragons have committed to supporting the event as their contribution to next seasons big push forward.

Build the budget communications manager Carl Hogan said, "This should be a really good event. As soon as I told my kids about it they wanted to buy a few ducks each and go along for a day of fun as a family!"

Continuing with, "It's just £5 for a duck, get along to the club shop and pick one up but make sure you choose a winner!"

"The latest total is a cool £35,995, if we can sell 100 ducks it's £500 more and it all really does add up. We have donation perks on the club website that have almost sold out with new perks being added in the coming days. It's going really well and although we do have quiet days, momentum hasn't ever stopped being at a fantastic rate."

WST board member and BTB committee member Mike Lewis said, "The plan for the day is the ducks will be split in to a few races with the winner of each race going forward to take part in a super race! The winner of each race will get a prize while the winner of the super race will receive a special prize at the end"

We are thankful to Nant Mill for their cooperation and help in getting this event swimming along!

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Vote for your Player of the Season 2016-17!

wfc1864Wrexham Supporters Trust are looking for its members to vote for their Wrexham AFC Player of the Season. You can vote on line HERE

The closing date for the vote will be at 5pm on Friday 28th April. You are allowed one vote per member, all you need to do is add your membership number and email address for validation.

The winner will be announced at The Wrexham AFC 2016/17 Player of the Season Dinner, which is being held on Sunday 30th April 2017 at the Centenary Club, Wrexham starting at 1 for 1.30pm.

Manager Dean Keates and the full Wrexham squad will be in attendance to enjoy a relaxing afternoon of entertainment, which will begin with our after dinner speaker, former Liverpool European Cup winner, Alan Kennedy, who also played for Wrexham during his illustrious career..

Born in Sunderland, Kennedy played club football in England, Denmark, Belgium and Wales for Newcastle United, Liverpool, Sunderland, Wigan Athletic, Hartlepool United, B 1903, Beerschot, Northwich Victoria, Wrexham, Colne Dynamoes, Morecambe, Netherfield, Radcliffe Borough and Barrow. He became the first player to score winning goals in two European Cup finals with goals in the 1981 and 1984 finals. He also earned two caps for the England national team in 1984

Kennedy will be followed by top comedian Denny Waters, who is one of the finest comedians to come out of Liverpool. His material is clean and topical, and will have any audience in stitches.

The entertainment doesn't end there as we will then have the Player of the Season presentations by all supporters groups.

The cost of the dinner is £35 and includes a three course meal followed by coffee.

We hope that all fans will make the effort to support this event, and enjoy an entertaining afternoon. Tickets can be purchased from the Club Shop.

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Free RCF Soccer School for Junior Dragons

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We still have 10 FREE places available for Junior Dragon members on the RCF’s soccer school taster session at Colliers Park on Thursday, 20th April, from 2pm - 4pm.

JD BadgeThis session is open to boys and girls aged 5-12, who are members of the Junior Dragons. Children who aren’t currently members can be signed up on the day of event by completing a membership form and paying the £5 membership fee. New members who sign up now will be members through to the end of next season.

To book your child’s place on this event, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your child’s full name, date of birth and Junior Dragons membership number. Please note that there is a maximum of 25 places on this event and they will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

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Junior and Youth Dragons Day: Wrexham v Maidstone

NewJDwebNewYDPlease remember that this Friday's home game v’s Maidstone (April 14th, kick off 3pm) is 'Junior and Youth Dragons Day. For this game, Junior and Youth Dragon members can claim a free ticket for the family section of the Mold Road Stand. An accompanying adult ticket must be purchased for the same area, but for the reduced price of just £10.

This special ticket deal is available now at the club shop and online. Tickets can be purchased from the club shop on the day of the game but please do ensure you allow sufficient time as we anticipate a high demand for these tickets pre-match.

If purchasing online, please remember to log in with your child’s membership details. Please also note that for online ticket sales that the system will refer to the Junior/Youth Dragon and accompanying adult tickets as costing £5 each.

As well as enjoying free admission to this match, Junior and Youth Dragon members will have the opportunity to join in a half time parade around the stadium led by Wrex the Dragon.

Don’t miss out on this Easter cracker!

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Wrexham Disability FC Players Make The Welsh Squad

Wrexham Disability Football Club Staff and Players are proud to announce that all 4 of our players made the welsh squad in some capacity!

On Sunday 9th April 2017, the club learnt that David John Povey, Jordan Wright and Jamie Hall all made the Wales LD (learning disability) Squad, whilst Aron Hall is named on the standby list.

This means that on Monday 17th April, The Trio will fly out from Birmingham Airport to Dublin to take part in a Home Nation International Tournament where they will come up against the likes of Republic Of Ireland, Northern Ireland and Scotland. The Trip will last 5 days in total.

Manager Carl Austin Said "Well done to all the lads who now have a massive opportunity to represent their country in a few weeks, They have worked so hard to get to where they are and it's brilliant for them to get their just rewards. They have grown into fine young men in the last year and their attitude and contribution to our club has been fantastic! I'm hopeful Aron still has a strong chance and he must be proud because he has come on so much in the last year and won our player of the year so hopefully it will work out for him"

Wrexham Disability Football Club would like to put on record our sincere thanks the staff at St Christophers In Wrexham who have supported these lads brilliantly

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Wrexham AFC Limited - notice of fourth annual general meeting

wafc1864Wrexham AFC would like to invite all members of Wrexham Supporters Trust to the fifth annual general meeting of Wrexham AFC Limited to receive the Report of Directors and Financial Statements for he year ended 30th June 2016.

Members can view our fully audited accounts by following  this link, the abbreviated version of which were filed at Companies House on 31st March 2016.

The 2015/16 season resulted in our fortunes on the pitch mirroring our fortunes off the pitch. A positive start to the season resulted in us occupying play off positions but as our performance dipped during the autumn period we did not have the positive impact of our cup runs and retail income to fall back on.

Although we improved on our final league position, up by three places, to finish eight, we ultimately failed to achieve our main aim of a play-off position, albeit being in contention to the final month of the season.

When comparing our actual financial performance to budget approved at the WST 2015 AGM we made a loss before the deduction of depreciation, amortisation and stadium acquisition costs of £146,000 against a budgeted loss of £70,000.

The AGM, which is to take place at the Centenary Club on Monday, 24th April 2017 at 7:30 pm and will include a full detailed analysis of the financial accounts along with a trading update of the current financial year.

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YOUR Kids in YOUR Dementia Friendly Community

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Dementia can create some very challenging situations for families and social groups, and it can be hard to know how much to explain to children and young people. It is natural to want to protect children from difficult or confusing situations, but it is important to explain what is going on. There are a number of reasons for this.


• Children and young people are often aware of difficult atmospheres and tensions even when they haven’t been told the facts, so it can be reassuring for them to understand what the problem is.
• Although the news may be distressing, children and young people may find it a relief to know that the person’s behaviour is part of their dementia and is not directed at them.
• It can be more upsetting for the child or young person to find out later than to cope with the reality of what is happening. If a child is not told, they may find it difficult later to trust what someone close to them says.
• Seeing how people around them cope with difficult situations helps young people learn valuable skills about dealing with tough and distressing situations, and being able to manage painful emotions.

Continuing with our aim to increase dementia awareness in and around Wrexham Football Club, we have secured the services of an Alzheimer’s Society Dementia Friends Champion for the next half term. She will be available to deliver awareness sessions to children and young people in three age brackets. Each session is specifically designed and age appropriate. The sessions will be held at The Racecourse on Wednesday April 12th and the three age categories are 6-8 years, 9-11 years and over 11s. If you would like your child to attend one of these sessions please email Stuart Roberts on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your child’s name, date of birth and a contact number for us to reach you. The sessions will require your child to have a parent or guardian to attend and will last approximately one hour. Timings will depend on numbers attending and will be confirmed closer to the date.

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Wrexham AFC 2016/17 Player of the Season Dinner

wafc1864The Wrexham AFC 2016/17 Player of the Season Dinner is being held on Sunday 30th April 2017 at the Centenary Club, Wrexham starting at 1 for 1.30pm.

Manager Dean Keates and the full Wrexham squad will be in attendance to enjoy a relaxing afternoon of entertainment, which will begin with our after dinner speaker, former Liverpool European Cup winner, Alan Kennedy, who also played for Wrexham during his illustrious career..

Born in Sunderland, Kennedy played club football in England, Denmark, Belgium and Wales for Newcastle United, Liverpool, Sunderland, Wigan Athletic, Hartlepool United, B 1903, Beerschot, Northwich Victoria, Wrexham, Colne Dynamoes, Morecambe, Netherfield, Radcliffe Borough and Barrow. He became the first player to score winning goals in two European Cup finals with goals in the 1981 and 1984 finals. He also earned two caps for the England national team in 1984

Kennedy will be followed by top comedian Denny Waters, who is one of the finest comedians to come out of Liverpool. His material is clean and topical, and will have any audience in stitches.

The entertainment doesn't end there as we will then have the Player of the Season presentations by all supporters groups.

The cost of the dinner is £35 and includes a three course meal followed by coffee.

We hope that all fans will make the effort to support this event, and enjoy an entertaining afternoon. Tickets can be purchased from the Club Shop.

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