GLOVERS NEWS: Race night coins in cash for St Margaret’s Hospice – thanks to Glovers Trust
A CHARITY race night at a Yeovil pub has raised around £150 for St Margaret’s Somerset Hospice.
The event was organised by the Yeovil Town Supporters’ Society Ltd – more commonly known as the Glovers Trust – and was held at the Arrow pub on the Abbey Manor estate.
Trust chairman Stuart Burrell said he would like to thank everyone for their support of the event on Saturday (April 7, 2018) with special thanks to Jack Neal, of the Arrow, for allowing the race night to be held there.
Stuart said he was delighted to announce that around £300 was raised with a 50-50 split between the hospice and Trust.
One of the race-goers, well-known local radio presenter Steve Carpenter, stepped in to act as compere for a couple of races.
The Glovers Trust is committed to giving supporters a strong unified voice in the decision making process at Yeovil Town Football Club and strengthening the links between the club and the community that it serves.
PHOTO – TOP: Arrow pub landlord Jack Neal (third left) and radio presenter Steve Carpenter (third right) are pictured with Glovers Trust members (from left) Stuart Burrell, Brendon Owen, Simon Brimble and Dean Mountain. Photo: Christine Jones.
YEOVIL Town coverage is sponsored on this website by the Glovers Trust. The Yeovil Town Supporters’ Society Ltd – known as the Glovers Trust – is a democratic, not for profit organisation, committed to giving supporters a strong unified voice in the decision making process at Yeovil Town FC and strengthening the links between the club and the community that it serves.
Adult membership to join the Glovers Trust is just £10 per year, while it is just £1 per year for those aged Under-16; and £100 per year for a corporate membership.
For more details – go to the Glovers’ Trust website at http://www.glovers-trust.co.uk/ .
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