• Richard Scott

Back in the Quadrant....


Many people will of watched the championship play off at Wembley on bank holiday Monday . The victors were Aston Villa & that 90 minutes of football will be worth an estimated £173 million to Aston Villa . It simply highlighted the vast divide between the land of milk & honey at the top of our game & comparison with non league local football . Despite the gulf in finances we at Dunstable Town FC still believe local football is a cause worth fighting for . As a pathway club we believe we can be the place for players young & older to flourish & develope both as players & as a person . Its why the club goes out on a regular basis into the community with our stall ,telling local people what Dunstable Town Football Club can offer . This Saturday 1st of June from 9am to 2pm we will be in the Quadrant shopping centre . We look forward to meeting many of you . However should you not be able to come down , but still want to talk to us , we are going live on the Dunstable Town FC Facebook page from 10am to 11am , we welcome enquiries from potential players & local business , or you may just have a question for us & thats fine to . We look forward to either meeting you or answering your queries on our facebook page . Regards Pete Burrows Dunstable Town FC Community engagement officer . 


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