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Lisa’s Latest Fundraising Challenge

Lisa and GarethClub loyal supporter and Trust member Lisa Bowker is taking on another challenge this year to raise funds for the Trust and Wycombe Wanderers.

UPDATE: With just over a fortnight to go, Lisa has gone through her original fundraising target of £2500 and has reset this to £3000.

Please support her efforts now – another way in which anybody can help the Trust and the Club.

Last summer Lisa climbed to the top of Snowdon as part of a special event involving fans from a number of clubs.

On 12th April, Lisa is going to do a 10,000 ft tandem skydive.

Manager Gareth Ainsworth and a number of the WWFC players are already supporting this effort and you can too.

Click here for details on how to sponsor Lisa and help YOUR CLUB

Please go to Lisa’s giving page and pledge what you can to help her reach her goal of £2500.

Anyone who sponsors £5 or more will be put in a draw to win a signed pair of Matt Ingram’s gloves.

Lisa won the Sky Bet League Two Fan of the Month Award for January. Click here for more details of this award.


Double Buses for the ‘derby’

WWFC and Arriva have agreed to run a two bus service on Good Friday for our big ‘M40 derby’ game vs Oxford United (ko 3pm).

The arrangement is that the first bus will depart Wycombe Railway Station at 1305 as normal, arriving at the ground at 1335 and then two buses will depart the Station at 1405 and 1410, with both buses leaving for town after the game.

As normal, all services will call at Eden Bus Station and Cressex Park & Ride en route to Adams Park.

We will also make this service available to Oxford fans, with an ideal boarding point being Cressex Park and Ride where buses will depart at 1325, 1425 and 1430 respectively.


WW Trust Community Share Offer

scan0015Thank you for your patience – it has taken much longer than expected, but we now have a fully approved scheme that we are delighted to present to you.

Great progress has been made, on and off the pitch, this season and the Community Share Offer now provides a fantastic opportunity to raise the working capital that has been desperately needed since Trust members became the proud owners of Wycombe Wanderers.

Click this link Presentation 19032015 for the slides shown at the formal launch meeting which was on Thursday 19th March. We now want all members and fans to see the offer brochure and this is available by clicking on the blue underlined links below.

Share Offer Brochure - for viewing on screen

Share Offer Brochure- pdf version – for printing out

Share Offer Application Forms - pdf format

We believe the brochure and the forms cover everything but we have set up a dedicated email address for any questions – shares@wycombewandererstrust.com 

The supporting documents referred to on page 18 of the brochure can be found on our dedicated Share Offer page via this link http://www.wycombewandererstrust.com/share-offer

Important note for members who have already made payments: If you have made advance one-off or monthly payments, we still need you to complete the application form as your formal acceptance of the Share Offer.

On receipt of your form, we will reply to you by email to confirm your individual situation. If this isn’t clear and you would like some clarification beforehand, please email shares@wycombewandererstrust.com and we will come back to you. 

And finally

We hope you will be as excited at this opportunity to take our Club forward as we are, and of course we hope that having looked at the brochure, you will decide to make an investment – however great or small.

Thank you for your time and best wishes

Trevor Stroud



In Trevor We Trust……………

……..no this was not the ‘dreaded vote of confidence’, but the name chosen for the Trust Board’s team in the Ex-Players Quiz Night.

A packed out Vere Suite hosted a very successful evening on Saturday night with funds raised for the Alzheimer’s Society from the entry fees and raffle.

The Trust’s team was Trevor and Rosie Stroud, David and Josephine Cook, David Roberton, Alan and Gaynor Cecil plus former Trust Secretary Maria Edwards with her sister and friend.

WWEXPAWe are pleased to report that our team finished joint second out of 18 teams only beaten by ‘The People’s Republic of Chinnor’.

Still ‘ it’s the taking part that counts’ ……but don’t tell that to Trevor!

Click here to read more from the Ex-Players Association



Stories you may have missed…… from WWFC!

wwfc 1We thought you might like an easy link to news stories from the past couple of months that have now dropped off the front page of the club’s official website www.wwfc.com Click on any/all of the links below:


Support Scotty’s Charity Challenge

Scotty 2Former Wanderers player Keith Scott is preparing to cycle to Holland to raise funds for a cause close to his heart – Prostate Cancer UK.

To read how you can help him raise funds for his chosen charity, click here  or just go straight to his online giving page at https://www.justgiving.com/Keith-scott9667/


Leanne is Cycling for the Trust and Prostate Cancer

Prostate Cancer UKHot on the heels of one charity event being announced (but taking place on the day before) comes news that  lifelong supporter Leanne Hurford is organising a static bike ride to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK and Wycombe Wanderers Trust.

Leanne is calling on fellow fans to support her efforts. She is hoping to raise over £3,000 by collaborating with Chairboys fans to clock up as many miles as possible on exercise bikes before the Blues host Cheltenham Town on Saturday 11th April.

Read more here

To sponsor Leanne, please call 07748 484249 or visit https://www.justgiving.com/LeanneHurford/ to donate online.

Can you lend an exercise bike or two for the static cycle ride on Saturday 11th April? Email website@wwfc.com if you have one that Leanne could borrow for the day.


See Wycombe Wanderers’ History in the Library

We would like to invite you visit a special exhibition at High Wycombe Library which has been running from early December and ending on Saturday 25th April 2015.

DSC01864The exhibition is a project led jointly by the Football Club, Wycombe Wanderers Trust and the Wycombe Wanderers Ex-Players Association showcasing memorabilia and artefacts from the club’s 127-year history, many of which have never before been viewed by the general public.

DSC01865It tells the story of the club’s Wembley years and famous cup runs, plus its various homes in the Wycombe area, while it also pays tribute to the legacy of Frank Adams and celebrates our “local heroes” and other connections which have helped cement the Chairboys into the heart of its local community.

The Wycombe library is situated opposite Marks and Spencer in the Eden Centre and the exhibition can be found on the second floor in the reference section. However near the first floor entrance there are entry forms for a special competition which anyone can enter, for which the answers can be found by looking at our special display cabinets dotted around the second floor.

DSC01868Some of the cabinets have drawers underneath enabling us to display some flat items so do open each drawer in turn.

For those interested in seeing more pictures from Wycombe Wanderers’ past, then go to Sharing Wycombe’s Old Photographs  via www.buckscc.gov.uk/swop – a Bucks Library Service initiative sponsored by the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund.


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Keeping In Touch


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Quiz Night – 21st March 2015


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Annual General Meeting of Wycombe Wanderers Trust


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Supporters Bus Service – UPDATE


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Promotion Is The Aim


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Please Use (or Lose) the Evening Matchday Bus Service


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Sold Out of Pompey Badges


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