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Fans Meeting Wednesday 3rd September

The next informal meetings for fans to talk to Trust and Club Directors will be on Wednesday 3rd September starting at 7.30pm in ‘Scores’

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We do realise that England are playing a home friendly that night vs Norway and the plan is that this match will be shown on all the televisions in Scores while discussions take place.



Matchday Badges Are Back and Selling Well

WWFC v CARLISLEFollowing their great popularity last season and at the Matt Bloomfield testimonial game with Chelsea, the Trust has committed to selling Matchday Badges for each home match in 2014-15.

There are still a few left from our first two home fixtures vs Carlisle United and Tranmere Rovers.

WWFC vs BuryBadges for the games vs Bury on Saturday 6th September will be on sale then.

In a change to last season, the badges will be on sale from Terry’s Badges stall just inside the gates of Adams Park. Terry’s stall will be there for every Wanderers home match  and he has now even arranged cover for the few occasions when we have a fixture clash with his own team AFC Wimbledon.

The 100 Matchday badges will sell for £3 each with the same level of profit, as we made doing it ourselves last time, going to the Trust funds. Terry will also be selling other badges from his large collection.

WWFC v TRANMEREPlease get there in good time before the Matchday badges sell out.

There are also a few badges left from the WWFC games in the second half of last season. Terry will have these on sale too with all proceeds going into the Trust’s funds.


Supporters’ Matchday Bus Service for This Season

Agreement has now been reached with Arriva for the continuation of the Bus Service to and from Adams Park for both Saturday and Midweek matches at times and with prices held as below:

Saturday Service only 1500 kick off
Outward Journeys  
Wycombe Railway Station 1305 1405
Eden Bus Station 1315 1415
Cressex Park & Ride 1325 1425
Adams Park 1335 1435
Return Journey
Adams Park 1710
Cressex Park & Ride 1720
Eden Bus Station 1730
Wycombe Railway Station 1740


Monday to Friday Service 1945 kick off
Outward Journeys
Wycombe Railway Station 1750 1850
Eden Bus Station 1800 1900
Cressex Park & Ride 1810 1910
Adams Park 1820 1920
Return Journey
Adams Park 2145
Cressex Park & Ride 2155
Eden Bus Station 2205
Wycombe Railway Station 2215


There will be a simple, standard fare, irrespective of where passengers join or leave the service, of £2 single, £3 return with children up to the age of 16 and concessionary bus pass holders travelling free of charge.


Payments Into The Trust Share Scheme

trust-logo-200x80Following the Trust Members general meeting on Tuesday 10 June, fans who have pledged either one-off or annual subscriptions to the Share Scheme are now invited to make payments to us. These will be held securely in an escrow account and not loaned to the Club until our Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) approval is received.

Payments can be made by cheque, payable to Wycombe Wanderers Trust Limited and sent to the Trust at Adams Park, Hillbottom Road, High Wycombe, Bucks, HP12 4HJ, or by direct transfer to HSBC, sort code 402438, account number 81390031. Please include your full name as a reference so we can identify you.

If your pledge is for monthly payments, we will contact you in due course for a standing order authority.

If you haven’t made a pledge yet and would like to do so, we would of course be very pleased to hear from you. Please use the form available here Community_Share_Scheme. As above, if your pledge is for a one-off or annual subscription, we would be pleased to receive payment now.

The total pledged is now just over £520,000 and more forms are arriving each day. It is really encouraging that a little momentum is building although of course there is a long way to go to hit our £2m target.

Thank you very much for your support.

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