• Richard Scott

COMMUNITY WINTER APPEAL


With the cold nights drawing in, the Supporter's Club are asking Dunstable Town fans to have a dig around the backs of their wardrobes and cupboards, and donate any warm clothing they may have to our Winter Appeal.

Every Wednesday evening the Salvation Army hold a soup kitchen in Dunstable, (we will also be looking for volunteers in the New Year) providing a meal, clothing, hot showers and a listening ear to a huge number of needy people in the area.

Any warm clothing you would like to donate can be dropped off at the Love Shack (Supporters Shed) at Creasey Park on Saturday 17th December at our home match against Frome Town.

Any items including coats, jumpers, sweatshirts, hats, scarves, gloves and even socks are all welcome. If you do not have any old clothing lying around but still want to get involved then please feel free to donate some new stuff.

Please dig deep in those cupboards and thank you very much in advance for your help.

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