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General Discussion / Re: Talking of Legends
« on: December 13, 2019, 11:21:47 PM »
R.I.P Les and Mick , proper King's Lynn of the Town folk for differing reasons.

General Discussion / Re: Ray Hall
« on: January 16, 2017, 11:14:39 PM »
From the official club twitter this evening

Book your child on the @officialKLtown soccer school for Half term and be coached by Ray Hall only £30 … 6-16 Years

General Discussion / Railcards 15% off
« on: December 09, 2016, 12:47:57 PM »
There is 15% of any railcard today

Posted out, so no good for tomorrow but saves you the price of a London pint on a network card.

Yes I have emailed but am yet to get an answer. I know there's enough unofficial trust spokesmen on here to answer the question though.
If you have tried to contact the Trust through the Contact Us form, I have not received it.

Before you ask, I cannot and do not speak for the Trust, I run a website as a "hobby". It is just the way events turned out that this is the website of the Trust (sponsored in name only . . . . and sometimes tea).  :coffee:

Nothing has come to the email addresses that are used by the Trust.

Resend your email (s) to me  and I will pass it/them on to be read and responded to.

General Discussion / Re: Supporters groups.
« on: August 25, 2016, 01:34:01 PM »
I am still waiting for a reply from someone in the "Trust" to tell me why they cannot sponsor a player, £40.000 + is a lot of money, and if they are serious about helping the club, show willing, the money is doing nothing. many years ago the old supporters club sponsored Danny Bloomfield, it cost us money which we had, but we had a cracking season. Stop moaning about the price of beer and burgers, some of the talk on here is magniloquent. (look it up).     

Have you emailed or was it just a general question on this forum?

General Discussion / Re: Supporters groups.
« on: August 20, 2016, 06:39:02 PM »
The Trust has had just the One meeting with Mr Cleeve, we are awaiting the phone call for another meeting to the best of my knowledge.

Door is always open as it has been for the past Seven years

General Discussion / Re: Supporters groups.
« on: August 20, 2016, 10:12:02 AM »
The pub approached the Trust, it was the landlady's idea.

General Discussion / Re: Time To Say Goodbye?
« on: August 19, 2016, 09:27:15 PM »
Quigley got away with the criticism simply because without him it would of been at least double figures against us, otherwise it would of without a shadow of a doubt more than existed.
Even with the two pens conceded he was still the equal best kltfc player on the pitch (Street the other)

General Discussion / Re: Supporters groups.
« on: August 19, 2016, 11:15:43 AM »
The Lord Napier involved in the conversation on twitter is not the pub

Interesting that after having a general polite debate between each other Mr Cleeve says, Before I block you....

27-year-old Shaun Whiter, from Newmarket, parked his car at the side of Dullingham Road after receiving a call from his friend, Joey Abbs who had pulled over at the side of the road after suffering a punctured tyre on his drive home on Friday July 1.

Shaun was helping Joey change the tyre at around 10.55pm when a Ford Focus ploughed into the two parked cars.

Former Newmarket Town footballer Shaun was pinned to the boot of his car, while Joey, who currently plays for Soham Town Rangers, was trapped between the two cars.

The pair were then airlifted to Addenbrooke’s Hospital, where they were treated for their injuries. Shaun’s injuries were so severe that both legs were amputated below the knee.

Police are now on the hunt for the driver of the Ford, who failed to stop after the incident.

PC Ian Masters from Cambridgeshire Constabulary, said: “This was a serious collision and has sadly resulted in life changing injuries for the driver of the BMW.

“I am particularly keen to speak to the driver of the Ford Focus who did not remain at the scene.”

Both men are still in hospital, but Shaun posted a message of thanks on his Facebook page yesterday (July 4).

He said: “I want to say a massive thank you to each and everyone for the messages of support.

“I can’t get through them all with responses; it’s an amazing feeling knowing each and everyone of you are there for support and thank you so much. I want to thank all family members that have helped us so much and with out them I don’t know where I would be.

“This is the same for both friends and the Cambridge Addenbroke’s nurses. We are 100 per cent fighting to get out of this place and will be with you shortly, but again please keep the visiting up, we love it.”

30-year-old Abbs, who has also played for Cambridge City and Newmarket Town, was due to return to action for Soham Town Rangers in the coming days, and joint first team manger, Dave Theobald, says that he has the support of the whole club.

“I’ve had a brief chat with Joey and he’s quite low at the moment as you can imagine,” he said.

“He’s had a couple of operations and there’s significant swelling so he’ll have more scans before they know the full extent of the injury.

“It’s a horrific accident which will hopefully be dealt with by the police. Joey and Shaun are both likeable lads and people have really taken to them both. It’s fantastic that people are going so far to support them.

“I think a few of the lads at the club are planning to visit Joey this week and everybody is wishing them both well.”

A JustGiving page has been set up in support of both men, and £5,700 has been raised in less than 48 hours.

The justgiving is at this link

General Discussion / Blue & Gold Trust Meeting with Stephen Cleeve
« on: June 04, 2016, 01:42:42 PM »
Brief details are on the homepage

A revised set of notes for the Blue & Gold Trust
Who we are, What we have achieved and Aims is on the homepage

Along with a link to how to join and get involved.


General Discussion / Re: Rovers
« on: May 27, 2016, 11:33:22 PM »

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