• Richard Scott

Back in the quadrant....

Many people think the seasons over and so its relax time for a football club . Not a chance ! . At Dunstable Town FC nothing could be further from the truth . Our club secretary is working to get pre season fixtures sorted out with other clubs . Our social media team are busy reviewing how they can become even better , always looking at how they can do things differently & enhance the clubs image & profile . We now have a partnership arrangement with an organisation offering a developement centre for children from 4 yrs to 6yrs old to enjoy football & develope there skills preparing them for youth football . So as you can see i have given you a flavour of what we are doing in the close season . If you want to know more then come & visit our stall this Tuesday 21st of May in the Quadrant shopping centre Dunstable from.9am to 1pm . Already in the close season at our stall we are getting enquiries relating to youngsters interested in playing for Dunstable Town FC. My colleagues & i look forward to meeting you on Tuesday . Thank you . Pete Burrows Community engagement officer . 

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Dunstable Town Football Club is a members owned football club that is run by the Club Committee

through its annually elected Club Officers, constituting the Chairperson, Treasurer and Secretary.

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