Thoughts After Last Night’s Meeting
We would like to thank all those who attended the meeting last night. For those who were unable to come, you may have caught up via the live streaming through our Facebook page or on the live blog provided by Marc Iles of the Bolton News. Either way, we hope it has helped to ...
Ahead of the Open Meeting on Monday, the following is intended to give those attending an idea of running order: 1.0 INTRODUCTIONS * Purpose of the meeting * Brief introduction of all parties represented at the meeting * Apologies from those invited, but not attending 2.0 CHAIR’S OPENING STATEMENT * Current ...
Further to our recent note in relation to an open meeting, we would confirm that the meeting is now scheduled for 7.30pm on Monday 15th April '19 and will be held in the Platinum Suite (UoB Stadium).
The meeting is open to all BWFC supporters and we will be contacting as many interested parties as possible to invite ...
As a result of the recent and continuing events at our club, the Trust board has written to the EFL and the letter can be seen in full here.
In view of the continuing uncertainty
surrounding our club and the events in the High Court yesterday, we are in the
process of arranging an open meeting for all BWFC supporters.
The intention is to invite as many of
the major parties involved with the long term future of BWFC and to use as a
forum to ...
An Update in Troubled
As we find our beloved BWFC within 36 hours of yet another High
Court winding-up hearing, we would like to update members on the actions that
have been taken by the Trust to help in the battle for the club’s very
The Supporters’ Trust has been working ...
A boost for the Stephen
Stephen Darby was today presented with a £2,000 boost for his MND
Foundation by Maggie Tetlow, BWFCST Board Member.
Stephen, along with Wanderers assistant manager, Steve Parkin, met Maggie at the White's Lostock training ground this afternoon when he accepted the cheque ...
The BWFCST are relieved that Judge Jones has today decided to adjourn the HMRC winding-up petition until 3rd April.
The news that several other parties have been added to the petition is, however, of further concern. Judge Jones must have been satisfied regarding the credibility and substance of the new bidder and ...
What On Earth Is Happening
To Our Club?
All BWFC supporters are aware of the
current on-field problems affecting our club. The rights and wrongs and the ups
and downs of current football matters are the subject of much ongoing debate.
This debate will continue – but only if our club remains in existence.
BWFCST Board confirm that they are urgently looking at all available options
for assisting non-playing staff who are experiencing financial difficulties as
a result of non-payment of February wages, without disrupting any ongoing club