The Supporters Trust is putting on a free coach to this Saturday’s home game with Histon as part of our Easter family fun day !
Pick ups and estimated times as follows
Quedgeley Village Hall – 1pm
Meadow Park – 1:15pm
City Centre, Outside former Courts building – 1:30pm
Morrisons Abbeydale (bus stop on Heron Way) – 1:45pm
If you wish to travel, please only request a seat if you are definitely intending to travel text Joe Green on 07860 802839 or Lee Mills on 07883 459512. Or see any board member at Wednesday nights game against Colwyn Bay.
PLEASE ALSO STATE WHERE YOU WILL BE BOARDING THE COACH
As well as the free coach to Saturday’s home game against Histon, the Supporters Trust will be giving out free Easter eggs to everyone through the turnstiles and there will also be a free goody bag for kids with sweets and treats inside. These will be given out once you are inside the stadium.
Just a little gesture from your Supporters Trust to say thank you and happy Easter!
Tuesday 12th March – Droylsden
In case you missed them the winning numbers on the cash draw were 5542 & 5608 each collecting £22.00
Golden Goal time was 34 minutes
WALKING 55 miles to help raise awareness of Gloucester City’s plight is one Tiger feat that Jim Hart is not afraid to take on.
Hart, the trusts community officer, will don his walking shoes – and the club’s tiger mascot costume – for a sponsored prowl of the club’s nomadic recent route around Gloucestershire.
He will take his seat in the stands for City’s game against Colwyn Bay on Wednesday, March 27 before heading to Meadow Park early the next morning.
He will then head to Forest Green Rovers’ New Lawn and Cirencester’s Corinium Stadium before heading back to Whaddon Road.
He aims to arrive shortly before kick-off in the Tigers’ March 30 game against Histon – having hopefully secured some much-needed cash in the process.
Hart is also going to use his role as community officer to help energise new supporters to flock to games, knowing that in their current plight every penny will aid the cause.
“I want to use my role to energise people so that they put their hands in their pockets and raise some cash to help the club,” Hart said.
“But also through getting people to come to games and raise some income for the club, jumping in the car, getting on a bus or train and paying £12 over the gate – it all helps.
“Then also we have two home games in three days at the end of the month – and I thought that’s a good time limit to do this walk.
“We’ve had three different homes since the flooding and it shows how far the fans have had to travel in that time.”
Donations to Jim Hart’s ‘Tiger Feet’ prowl can be made through the Gloucester City Supporters Trust by clicking the paypal donate button below !!!