• Richard Scott

Back in the Quadrant.

Dunstable Town's run in the FA Cup ended on Saturday. Having won the two previous rounds, the club has earned some prize money, which allows the club to breathe easier financially. However, resources do not last forever, and a club of our size must always be looking for additional revenue streams, as indeed do most clubs. If you are an individual or a business and would like to support your local football team, we will have a team of people on our stall in the Quadrant this Saturday, 14th September from 9am til 12 noon, and we are happy to go for a coffee to discuss matters further. Be it advertising or sponsorship, or you may even see the merits of investing in a local supporters run club, that is commited to working with our partners. WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!

If you are unable to come down on Saturday morning, feel free to email me on: peterburrows1957@hotmail.com Regards, Peter 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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