• Richard Scott

Back in the Quadrant.....


We have a new league campaign starting on Saturday, when our new look side take on Broadfields United at Creasey Park, kick off 3pm. We would love to see you at the game. Prior to our first game Dunstable Town's stall will be in the Quadrant Shopping Centre in Dunstable from 9am until 12 midday . Many youngsters are still unsure about where they want to play their football, so why not come and talk to us about what Dunstable Town FC can offer. You may be a business wondering what advertising costs are with your local club. Come and have a chat with us, we believe we give good value to advertisers, compared with bigger clubs in the area. We believe our club is worth investing in on and off the pitch and we want to produce a team for our town to be proud of. We are not blessed with the megabucks millionaires you see on TV or in the newspapers. We would welcome enquiries from local people who see the merits of a strong vibrant club that is about building from youth upwards and believes we could be worthy of financial support either via a one off donation, or regular ongoing investment. See you in the Quadrant on Saturday morning and hopefully at our first game of the season as well. Regards, Peter Burrows Community Engagement Officer 


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