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Trust Everton announce next meeting date

21/10/2014  Comments (4)  jump

Trust Everton, the not-for-private-profit enterprise exploring a supporter-asset ownership model for Everton FC, will hold their next meeting on Saturday 15th November at the Casa on Hope Street from 12:45pm.

It will be a follow-up to the forum about Supporters' Trusts held at Goodison Park by the Everton Shareholders Association on 4 August 2014 and will provide an opportunity for further discussion on the topic. The debate at the forum revealed a level of interest in the establishment of a traditional Supporters Direct affiliated supporters' trust (as opposed to a single issue vehicle such as Trust Everton which is focused on the financing and ownership of football real-estate assets).

The meeting is open to all supporters to register to attend, subject to number limitations of the venue.

In order to ensure that they can manage numbers effectively, and guarantee admission for those travelling some distance, the group ask that supporters intending to attend register using the Eventbrite service.

Full details: Trust Everton


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Tony I'Anson
1 Posted 21/10/2014 at 19:41:20
There is a while to go yet and plenty of football to look forward to beforehand, but if there's anyone on here who cannot make the meeting, who wants to post questions to read out on the night, feel free to post. We'll be keeping an eye on this. Thanks.
Garry Taylor
3 Posted 24/10/2014 at 16:33:09
Safeguarding the primary fixed assets of the club (Goodison Park and Finch Farm) is commendable. However, Finch Farm is the only realistic fixed asset to try and safeguard at this point in time, and therefore, I would like to see Trust Everton used as a vehicle to push forward and help fund the construction of a new stadium, which once built, would be the primary fixed asset of the Club.

Each Evertonian contributing and ultimately owning a share of the new stadium, via the Trust, to bring the process forward more quickly and to safeguard the future of the stadium once built would be a worthwhile cause which hopefully many would support.

Tony I'Anson
5 Posted 14/11/2014 at 11:09:55
Any questions for tomorrow? Still some spaces to register to attend. See eventbrite link.
Phil Walling
6 Posted 14/11/2014 at 11:15:14
Will there be any large-scale fan consultation over the proposed stadium? Handing our questionaires at a particular game does not guarantee the most constructive replies. How about suggesting a dedicated 'New Goodison' web page on OS for the purpose?

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