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Cards Trust Race Night - Cancelled

Martin Oakley - 22nd April 2014

Cards Trust Race Night - Cancelled Due to lower than hoped advance sales, the Cards Trust regret that the upcoming Race Night this Friday 25th April will no longer be taking place.

We will be rescheduling this, along with other fundraisers and will make further announcements once the fixtures for 2014/15 have been released.

Please don't forget however that there are 2 other upcoming events for you to support.

Firstly, this Thursday (24th April) we have a Fans' Forum. The first half will be an opportunity to hear from Mike Smith and members of the WFC board. After a half time break we will be joined by Garry Hill, Steve Thompson and a couple of the first team squad. Entrance to this event is free and the evening kicks off at 19:30 in The Cardinals' Bar at Kingfield.

Following that, we have the return of the Cards Trust Beer Festival on 20th and 21st June. Entrance is £5 to each session and you will be able to sample a range of ales and ciders from brewers across the south of England. Live international football from Brazil will also be shown on the big screen so be sure to join us for this fun event.

If you require any more information on these events or would like to buy your tickets for the Beer Festival please email martin.oakley@cardstrust.co.uk or speak with any other Cards Trust representative.

On behalf of the Cards Trust we look forward to welcoming you to our future fundraising events - remember, all money that we raise is put back into WFC in one way or another!


Martin Oakley
Cards Trust Fundraising Co-Ordinator
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