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Apr
22

Trust Matters – 21st April 2018

WWT and WWFC owned by our fans, run for our fans

Meet your Trust Board:

Mark Burrell was elected to the Trust Board at the AGM in November 2014. He is a dedicated Chairboys fan and season ticket holder for over 15 years, and sponsors aspects of the Club.  His main role on the Trust Board is that of (Group) Finance Director, a role that he also fills on the Club Board, working to secure the financial future of the Club and day to day cashflow.  He understands the brutal reality of what it takes to run a League club and ensure its future.  He owns a business transformation  and change management consultancy transformationdelivery.com and has used those skills and experience to transform the finances of the Club, Trust and Group of companies, delivering changes in the way the businesses are shaped and works to get the best results.

What is a Legacy Trust Member (LTM)?

A Trust member who has also been a Season Ticket Holder for four consecutive years becomes an LTM. Membership costs remain the same as before. The following decisions must be made by Legacy Member resolution:

  • Any decision to sell, transfer or otherwise dispose of Adams Park;
  • Any decision to sell, transfer or otherwise dispose of shares in the Club that would result in the Trust’s shareholding being less than 50% +1;
  • Any decision to sell Club memorabilia; and Such other decisions (relating to the history and character of the Club) as the Board of Directors may reasonably determine from time to time. You can join the Trust via this link Membership Form


Extract from Trust Board Minutes from 22.3.18

  • Discussions are on-going with the Eden Centre about working with WWFC in terms of retail space
  • The possibility of replacing the big screen is currently being investigated
  • Volunteers will assist at the Training Ground on several dates to clear, lop and burn branches/small trees.
  • Building a database of Hillbottom Road firms in order to facilitate keeping the road clear on match days, especially evening matches is in progress.
  • End of Season dinner will be on 6th April. All fans are welcome to attend and tickets are available from the Club at £50 pp plus Vat.
  • Player sales and income from football fortune will be well below last season. This will have an impact on the P&L, which is expected to be down on last year. This also has an impact on cash flow levels which are being managed extremely closely as a result. A major review of budgets has been undertaken by the Group Finance Director and Chairman and adjustments made where necessary to reduce costs and boost income.


Marcus Bean’s last-minute winner against Carlisle was overwhelmingly selected as the ‘Magic Moment’ of the season so far at an event at Adams Park on 24th March celebrating the contributions of supporters to the 500 Club-18.

Raising £30,000 so far, the 500 Club-18 is designed to generate funds for the transfer budget, helping Gareth Ainsworth bring the likes of Tafari Moore and Curtis Thompson to Adams Park, and extending the loan deal of Dan Scarr.

A packed out Caledonian Suite saw 500 Club-18 contributors dine with the playing squad, watch a selection of ‘Magic Moments’ and select their winner, with young fan Millie Cross presenting Marcus with his prize.

Gareth Ainsworth and Adebayo Akinfenwa also addressed the audience, with Adam El-Abd and Matt Bloomfield picking winners in the raffle.

Why you should join the Trust

  • It has brought increased security to the Club.
  • It helps to secure the future of a number of organisations embraced by the Trust, such as WWLFC and WWSET.
  • The Trust is a democratic organisation, a volunteer led entity and no one on the Trust board receives a salary.
  • It’s an ever changing entity not constrained by the whims of any individual Director or owner.
  • It preserves the heritage and history of our Club, something which you can contribute to by joining today.
  • The Trust’s annual subscription of £10 per annum makes it accessible to all, so if you are not yet a member of the Trust, or if your membership has lapsed, now is a good time to join. Contact John Bignall at johnbig@wycomebewandererstrust.com


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Apr
5

General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”)

On 25th May 2018, a new Data Privacy law is being introduced, bringing the UK in line with European legislation.

Under GDPR, every individual whose data is held, has the following rights:

  • the right to be informed about the collection and use of their personal data. 
  • the right of access to their personal data and any supplementary information.
  • the right to have personal data rectified if it is inaccurate or incomplete
  • the right to enable an individual to request the deletion or removal of personal data
  • the right of individuals to obtain and reuse their personal data for their own purposes
  • the right to object to processing based on legitimate interests or direct marketing
  • the rights relating to making a decision solely by automated means

 

This explanatory statement covers the following data held by Wycombe Wanderers Supporters Group Ltd (“WWSGL”), Wycombe Wanderers Football Club (“WWFC”) and Wycombe Wanderers Ladies Football Club (“WWLFC”), known collectively, for the purpose of this statement only, as ‘the Club’:

  • WWSGL
    • Community Share Scheme Register
    • Trust Membership
    • Chairboys Funders
    • 500 Club Membership
    • Volunteers
  • WWFC
    • Sponsorship, Supplier and Customer data
    • Season Ticket Holders
    • Staff, including playing staff
    • Founder, Ordinary & Voting Shareholders
  • WWLFC
    • Player Registration

The Information Commissioners’ Office (ICO) allows the use of Legitimate Interest Assessment (“LIA”) to be used as a form of consent for individuals’ data to be held and processed, providing:

  • the individual would reasonably expect such data to be held, and
  • there is minimal privacy impact

An LIA has been conducted for all data currently held and has been deemed to be an acceptable form of consent. In addition, and for the avoidance of doubt, the Club will seek opt-in consent for the use of email to advise individuals of Club events, promotions and partner offers. The Club confirms that it does not share any of the above data with any third party, other than may be legally required by UK regulatory bodies.

Further information will be provided closer to 25th May, but anyone having a concern, who believes that his or her data is held under any of the above categories, should contact the Club either by email at wwfc@wwfc.com, or in writing at Adams Park, Hillbottom Road, High Wycombe HP12 4HJ.


Apr
3

Trust Matters – 2nd April 2018

Part of the following piece first appeared in the Grimsby matchday programme ‘Parklife’ and this will also be emailed to all Trust Members.

WWT and WWFC owned by our fans, run for our fans

Meet your Trust Board:

Lawrie Read was elected to the Trust Board at the AGM in November 2016.

 “I’ve been a supporter of Wycombe Wanderers since the day we entered the Football League and have been a season ticket holder for the past 13 years. I joined the Trust four years ago and volunteered to serve on the Trust’s memorabilia committee a couple of years ago.

I have lived in South Bucks for most of my life and I am well aware of the history and traditions of this football club.

I have recently been a Board member and company Director of UK Screen, the trade body responsible for companies offering Production Services to the UK’s film and television industries and I was President of the BKSTS (the British Film & Television Society) for four years. I have also been an International Governor of the American Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers. I believe that with my business background, having successfully run my own Company from 2007-2015, I am suitably qualified to help make decisions that are in the best interests of the Trust and Wycombe Wanderers football club.

The Share Scheme – an update:

This was launched in March 2015 and its key aims were:

  • To provide a capital injection to re-finance the Club;
  • To provide resources to improve the profitability of the business;
  • To improve the attraction of Adams Park as an alternative venue;
  • To widen the community ownership of the Football Club and its social benefits.

The Share Scheme now has commitments up to the end of 2019/20 totalling £744,000. It has injected capital into the Club and substantially improved its profitability. Investment has gone into Adams Park to purchase several essential items as well as some Stadium improvements that can be seen. Read here for more on that. There are still many things on the “wish list” and funds from our members are providing things the Club otherwise would not be able to afford. 

Trust Members still paying monthly amounts into the Share Scheme will be entitled to their next share certificate/tax relief claim form in April. Due to the number to be issued and to save on postage costs, could those people please collect an envelope from the Trust table in the Caledonian Suite prior to the final Home game vs Stevenage on Saturday 5th May.

Whilst the injection of funds into the Club has been a huge help, we are not out of the woods yet and fans can still join the Share Scheme either through one off donations or through regular payments. You can do this on the Trust website through this link http://www.wycombewandererstrust.com/share-offer  or for any more information send an email to shares@wycombewandererstrust.com

The Woodlands Leak

On 3rd of March a pipe burst in Kiosk 7 on the concourse in the Frank Adams Stand and was not discovered till Monday morning, by which time it had caused huge damage to many areas.

This photo was taken just after the leak was discovered. The concourse was flooded and the Woodlands, Executive Suite, 6 Executive boxes, the kitchen, bar and toilets had been flooded to a depth of 2 “.

There has been water damage to fabric of the building, damage to catering equipment, to furniture and fittings, to floors, ceilings and many other areas.

One of the key objectives in this type of situation is to detail all the damage and through working with the loss adjuster appointed by the insurers, agree costs for repair and reparation. This has been led for the Trust by John Derben who is a Trust Director. His long experience in the building trade has made sure that we have a capable pair of hands pulling all the activity together.

Michael Davies and his Club team responded superbly to the crisis, putting in a huge number of hours, over and above all normal expectations. It will be weeks yet before things are back to normal and the final cost, which will be funded by our insurers, could be in the region of £200,000. The completion date is looking like end of April 2018, but this is just an estimate.

Why the Trust Matters

Trust ownership has given the Club a level of stability that had been lacking previously. The Trust passionately believes in the preservation of the heritage and history of our Club and seeks to share it with the wider community. The Trust is a volunteer led, democratic organisation which seeks to foster a real sense of ownership amongst the Club’s supporters. The Trust is an ever-changing entity, not constrained by the whims of individual Directors or owners.  All Trust members are equal and anyone of them can be elected or co-opted onto the Trust Board and, from there, onto the Club Board. The Trust’s annual subscription of £10 per annum makes Trust membership accessible to all. If you are not yet a member of the Trust, or if your membership has lapsed, now is a good time to join. Contact John Bignall at johnbig@wycomebewandererstrust.com

Trust Matters Feedback

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Mar
24

Trust Matters – 24th March 2018

The following piece first appeared in the Port Vale matchday programme ‘Parklife’ and will also be emailed to all Trust Members.

WWT and WWFC owned by our fans, run for our fans 

Meet your Trust Board:

 

Tony Hector was elected to the Trust Board at the AGM in November 2017.

I began supporting Wycombe Wanderers in October 1969 having been persuaded to attend my first game by two school friends.  A season ticket holder from around 1992, I have rarely missed a home game since and also get to attend many of the away games.

After working for HSBC Bank for over 42 years in various managerial positions, I retired in 2015.  I am keen to now devote my time and energy to not just helping the Trust safeguard the Club’s heritage, but to also help drive it forward under the Trust ownership model.  I believe that my broad experience will help augment the skills of the existing Board members in achieving this aim.”

Latest from 500 Club’18 and the Share Scheme:

There are now 145 members of 500 Club’18, who have donated £30,000 this season to the playing budget. This has helped secure the loans of Dan Scarr, Nathan McGinley, Tafari Moore, Randall Williams and Curtis Thompson.

The Share Scheme has now banked £562,000 since it was launched and there is another £175,000 committed over the next two seasons. There are over 180 fans still contributing with regular payments and another 160 fans have made one off payments.

Update from Trust Board Meeting 22nd February

  • Approval has been given for the repair of lighting in Frank Adams Stand at a cost of £9,500, paid for by the Trust
  • Trust subscriptions are outstanding to a sum of £500. Follow up action is taking place.
  • A meeting with the Board of Chairboys Funders took place to outline the proposed new scheme to replace the existing one which matures in May 2018. Positive feedback was given, and all Funders will be written to with details of the new scheme.
  • Code of Conduct policy for Trust Directors was discussed and agreed, subject to minor amendments to be made following the meeting.
  •  GDPR: (How Companies protect personal data) good progress is being made and is on course for the 25 May18 live date.  Interest assessment is complete for Directors and in progress for Club staff.  Policy document will be updated 4 weeks before live date in May.
  • Ability to continue to claim EIS Tax relief on Share Scheme contributions is being investigated, due to recent HMRC changes.
  • WWLFC – Integration into the Club continues. There is a budget for team operation/management.


PALS Update

Volunteers will be doing maintenance work on hedges at the Training Ground on 25th March. Start time is 9.30 am, all tools will be provided. If you can help please contact John Derben on j.derben123@btinternet.com  or 01494 441145.

 

Why the Trust Matters

Trust ownership has given the Club a level of stability that had been lacking previously. The Trust passionately believes in the preservation of the heritage and history of our Club and seeks to share it with the wider community. The Trust is a volunteer led, democratic organisation which seeks to foster a real sense of ownership amongst the Club’s supporters. The Trust is an ever-changing entity, not constrained by the whims of individual Directors or owners.  All Trust members are equal and anyone of them can be elected or co-opted onto the Trust Board and, from there, onto the Club Board. The Trust’s annual subscription of £10 per annum makes Trust membership accessible to all. If you are not yet a member of the Trust, or if your membership has lapsed, now is a good time to join. Contact John Bignall at johnbig@wycomebewandererstrust.com

Trust Matters Feedback

If you have any queries about Trust Matters or if you would like us to consider adding something to the next edition, please contact Trust Matters editor, Nigel Kingston on nigel@ascom.net


Mar
23

Fans Keep On Giving….. So We Can Provide (Updated March 2018)

Notwithstanding the success of the 500 Club in the last year or so, the WW Trust Share Scheme launched in 2015 continues to thrive and produce much needed income for the Football Club.

Over ‘one hundred and eighty’ fans are still contributing with either monthly or annual payments to the Trust over a five year period and these are on top of the 160 who have made one-off payments in the last couple of years.

Those single payments have been of amounts between the minimum of £100 and the maximum of £100,000.

To date some £570,000 has been banked with more than a further £174,000 committed to be received over this and the next 2 seasons.

So what are we doing with your money?

Much of the initial inflow has gone into helping to stabilise the financial position of the football club by providing some much needed working capital. This allows WWFC to be able to pay its bills, (present and past) in line with agreed schedules and repayment plans.

As was outlined in our Share Scheme prospectus/brochure we have also been able to provide the money to make the best use of our prized asset – Adams Park. So far, some of the completed projects, which are thanks to Share Scheme money (and which would not have been affordable otherwise) are:

  • New lawnmower (from OWWSA contributions)
  • New club flag
  • Medical equipment to boost return of injured players
  • Replacement seats (Summer 2016 – from OWWSA Contributions)
  • New TVs for concourse etc
  • Big Screen repairs
  • Player Purchase – Michael Harriman
  • GPS Equipment – the player running tracking system
  • Security Fence for away end
  • Fixing of the heating/Air Con system in Caledonian Suite
  • Paint for various stadium areas (from OWWSA contributions)
  • Full structural survey of the stadium – required for safety certificate reasons
  • More paint (Summer 2017)
  • Further replacement seats (Summer 2017)
  • Essential refurb and extension of the dressing rooms – as demanded by the EFL (Summer 2017)
  • Upgrade of the CCTV equipment – so vital to maintain our safety certificate
  • Replacement IT equipment for Gareth and his team at the training ground – from OWWSA contributions
  • Contributions towards repair and maintenance of the Adams Park floodlights – from OWWSA contributions
  • Even more replacement seats – December 2017
  • New boiler to provide hot water for the players and staff at the training ground
  • Essential repairs and replacement of lighting units in the Frank Adams Stand

If you feel that fan ownership is worth more than the annual membership fee, then do join in with those who are contributing a bit (or a lot) more. See any Trust Director manning the table before each home game in the Caledonian Suite or go to our special Share Offer page via this link .

Any questions on the scheme can be sent by email to shares@wycombewandererstrust.com


Feb
18

Reporting on WW Trust AGM – 29th November 2017

With our apologies that this has taken a little longer than desired to bring to you – please remember all our board members are also volunteers – we can now bring you the minutes and the slide presentation made at our most recent Annual General Meeting.

This file AGM Minutes Nov 2017 brings you the draft minutes of that meeting which contain the Chairman’s report in full along with a summary of the issues raised in the Q and A.

Included in this file of slides WWSGL AGM 29 NOVEMBER 2017 presented are those given by Group Finance Director Mark Burrell on the Group Finances covering Wycombe Wanderers Supporters Group Ltd (“WW Trust”) and its two subsidiaries – Frank Adams Legacy Limited and Wycombe Wanderers Football Club Ltd


Dec
1

A ‘Simple Guide’ to the WW Trust – Updated 1.12.17

trust logo 003 wwfc our heritageFollowing the AGM in February 2015, some members were asking for clarification on what are the separate responsibilities and duties of the Trust and of the Football Club.

A small group from the Trust Board then put together the following which we hope will be useful:

The Basic Structure

Wycombe Wanderers Trust took over Wycombe Wanderers Football Club on 29th June 2012 from Steve Hayes.

Wycombe Wanderers Trust owns Wycombe Wanderers FC Ltd (the trading entity) and Frank Adams Legacy Limited as separate entities.

Features

  • Wycombe Wanderers Trust Board is made up of the following directors:

John Bignell                johnbig@wycombewandererstrust.com
Mark Burrell               mark@wycombewandererstrust.com
Alan Cecil                   alan@wycombewandererstrust.com
David Cook                 dave@wycombewandererstrust.com
John Derben               john@wycombewandererstrust.com
Tony Hector                 tony@wycombewandererstrust.com
Nigel Kingston            nigel@wycombewandererstrust.com
Lawrie Read                 lawrie@wycombewandererstrust.com
David Roberton           david@wycombewandererstrust.com
David Smith                 dsmith@wycombewandererstrust.com
Trevor Stroud              trevor@wycombewandererstrust.com

  • Ownership of Adams Park (professionally assessed at £7million) is held within Frank Adams Legacy Limited (“FALL”). There is a separate FALL Board.
  • Most major debts of the Trust sit under FALL, secured by charges on Adams Park, but Wycombe Wanderers Trust also has some debts to pay. All our debts now have agreed repayment schedules.
  • Wycombe Wanderers Trust relies on rental income from WWFC (the trading entity) to gradually pay down its creditors and loans via FALL (which include the Chairboys Funders interest).
  • No takeover or change in ownership can proceed without 75% approval from all Legacy Members.
  • Legacy Members are members who are in their fourth (at least) consecutive year of holding a season ticket. Legacy membership is retained in future years as long as season ticket holding continues. There are approximately 570 Legacy Members at present.
  • A uniquely structured members club; one of only four fan owned clubs in the Football League.
  • Wycombe Wanderers Trust became a Community Benefit Society during 2014 as this allows us to raise capital by selling shares to our members (see under Functions, below).
  • Our full registered name is Wycombe Wanderers Supporters Group Limited. We had to adopt this name as part of the process of registering as a society, but we have kept Wycombe Wanderers Trust as our day to day trading name for everyone’s convenience.

 

Wycombe Wanderers Trust does not run the football club.

  • Wycombe Wanderers Football Club controls all income from footballing matters and the use of Adams Park on matchdays and non-matchdays.
  • Wycombe Wanderers Football Club’s operations are managed by Trevor Stroud (WWFC Chairman), Michael Davies (General Manager) and the other employees.
  • Only the Wycombe Wanderers Trust Board can appoint and remove individuals to and from the WWFC club board (WWFC’s Club Board is made up of Andrew Howard, Ivor Beeks, Mark Burrell, Trevor Stroud and David Cook).

Functions

Since Wycombe Wanderers Trust, and its Board, does not run the football club, the Trust’s job is to create an environment which will help WWFC to succeed.

This is done in a number of ways:

  • Providing governance over its subsidiary companies – WWFC and FALL – and also support WWSET– our Community Trust which has charity status.
  • Providing support to WWFC, for example volunteer forces to reduce costs; aiding and assisting WWFCs employees through “WWFC PALS” as and when required.
  • Undertaking other fundraising initiatives, for example sale of matchday badges and voluntary Trust member initiatives – to raise income.
  • Communicating with members via emails, members meetings and visibility. Trust board directors will be held to account by Trust members and a third of the Wycombe Wanderers Trust Board directors retire by rotation at each AGM.
  • Seeking to grow and expand our membership and therefore widen the fan ownership base in the community, particularly the younger and the future generation of supporters.
  • Ensure members are consulted about and vote on the designated key issues affecting the football club (listed in the Trust Rules on the Wycombe Wanderers Trust website).
  • Raising funds via the Share Scheme – to secure the working capital to allow Wycombe Wanderers Football Club to move towards breakeven (or a small profit) and allow the football club to pay its rent as scheduled to pay down remaining debts/ loans.

Nov
26

Use Easyfundraising to Raise More Funds for Wycombe Wanderers as You Shop Online

Did you know that whenever you buy anything online – from your weekly shop to your annual holiday – you could be collecting free donations for Wycombe Wanderers Trust?

There are over 3,000 shops and sites on board ready to make a donation, including Amazon, John Lewis, Aviva, thetrainline and Sainsbury’s – it doesn’t cost you a penny extra!

It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3…

1. Head to https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/wycombewandererstrust/

and join for free.

2. Every time you shop online, go to easyfundraising first to find the site you want and start shopping.

3. After you’ve checked out, that retailer will make a donation to Wycombe Wanderers Trust for no extra cost whatsoever!

There are no catches or hidden charges and Wycombe Wanderers will be really grateful for your donations.

Thank you for your support.


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More Great Work Done By The Volunteers…………Can You Help on Sunday 22nd April?

12/04/2018

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01/04/2018

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Saturday’s 500 Club Party with the Players and Manager is Now Fully Booked

21/03/2018

The 500 Club event which takes place after Saturday’s game with Port Vale at Adams Park is now fully booked, with no more spaces available. Now in its second year, the 500 Club has raised more than £30,000 for the club’s playing budget, thanks to contributions from Chairboys fans who’ve each pledged £150 or more [more…]

Supposing Wycombe Wanderers HAD Won the FA Cup?

02/02/2018

We all remember getting to the FA Cup Semi-Final in 2001, probably the closest most of us have ever been to lifting the hallowed trophy. Now you can have the opportunity of lifting a replica of the FA Cup, bedecked in light and dark blue ribbons. Weather permitting this trophy will be on display on [more…]

Meet Gareth and the Squad on March 24th – 500 Club ’18 Party

16/01/2018

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Join the 500 Club-18 and YOU Could Be a Winner In ‘The 12 Draws of Christmas’

26/12/2017

Wycombe Wanderers fans have had the chance to win exclusive prizes from the ‘Twelve Draws of Christmas’, launched by the 500 Club ahead of the festive period. The 500 Club is in its second year, aiming to raise funds solely for the playing budget, to be spent during the January transfer window either on new [more…]

Accounts for Year Ended 30th June 2017

22/12/2017

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Quiz Nights Coming Up

04/12/2017

WWISC were to be hosting a quiz night on Monday 11th December, starting at 8:00 p.m. in The Honours Lounge at Adams Park. Entry is £2 per person and its open to all. You don’t have to be a WWISC member to take part. Do please come along if you can and bring any friends along [more…]

R.I.P – Len Monk (1921-2017)

30/11/2017

The Trust was saddened to learn of the recent death of one its oldest members – Len Monk, who passed away on 25th November 2017. A lifelong resident of High Wycombe, Len had held a WWFC season ticket and been a member of the Woodlands Executive Club for many years. Len enjoyed five trips to [more…]

Profile of New Trust Director – Tony Hector

30/11/2017

With kind permission of WWFC, we are able to reproduce a recent programme article where Tony Hector answered questions in the ‘Me and My Wycombe’ feature: Name: Tony Hector Where do you sit/stand? I stand on the terrace. Who do you come to games with? I meet up at the ground with a number of [more…]

Trust Board Election Result

30/11/2017

The number of votes cast at last night’s AGM for each candidate (including proxy/postal votes) was: Lisa Bowker  – 64 Mark Burrell – 122 (re-elected) David Cook – 129 (re-elected) John Derben – 142 (re-elected) Tony Hector – 110 (newly elected) Peter Lerner – 90 Many thanks to all Trust members who attended and voted [more…]

Let WWSET’s FFIT Programme Help You Get In Shape

23/11/2017

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