LET'S hope that all supporters of Town, Trust members and non-members alike, had a very Happy Christmas - helped by two belated presents to ensure six points out of six - not a bad way to end 2003.
After the administration traumas of 2003, it's time to look forward to a New Year.
Optimism is uppermost and we can all hope that the second half of the season will see Town pushing for, and achieving, promotion.
It's surely one of our easier resolutions to rally round and support the team. Off the field, though, things are a little more complex.
The Trust was born in crisis a week before the club was placed in administration - hence our name. A successful exit from administration was negotiated by Ken Davy and every Town supporter should be grateful for that. The Trust's aims immediately shifted to the long term and here things are not so clear.
Our objective has to be the future viability of Town but the absence of any accountability makes this a difficult judgment.
After donating £60,000 to keep the club afloat during administration, the Trust still has some £50,000 in reserve, contributed by Town fans desperate to see the club survive. How should that be best used to help secure the club's future? It has to be a democratic decision and one which will be addressed at our next members' meeting on January 28.
Is this the right time for giving away the well-intentioned donations of countless Town supporters, or should we be waiting for a clearer indication as to the long-term plans for the future of Town? Our priority has to be to sustain the survival of the club we all support.