GET your diaries out!
Firstly, a quick reminder of tonight’s Patrons Quiz meeting at the Galpharm (Fantastic Media Suite), starting at 8pm, involving teams from the club, the media, the Supporters Association and the Patrons Association.
Roll up for an informative and entertaining night – with spot prizes available for all!
Then, next Thursday, it’s the turn of the Heavy Woollen group. Their guest at Barclays Club, 189-191 North Road, Ravensthorpe, will be the Town manager, Lee Clark. Start time is 8pm.
Next week also sees the first of four consecutive Tuesday night away trips, although the Brighton one will be a joint coach with the Travel Club.
The HTSA will be running its own coach to Carlisle the following Tuesday (Feb 16), leaving the stadium at 4pm and priced at £15 and £13 for members. Please ring 07926 165863 to book your place.
At the end of that week the Patrons are running an executive coach to Hartlepool, leaving the Galpharm at 10am, for the special price of £15 to include lunch, as announced last week. To book for this trip please call Martin Lister during the day on 01484 714287 or email email@example.com
The HTSA would find it helpful to assess the level of demand for its own coach that day (Feb 13), which will leave at noon, priced at £14 and £12, so please let us know by ringing 07926 165863 as usual or by calling into the cabin this Saturday.
Similarly, we would ask supporters planning to go to Southampton on March 2 to re-book.
The HTSA has put together a Code of Conduct for coach travel, from which the following is an extract:
Prohibited items: It is illegal to carry or consume alcohol on any coach operated on behalf of HTSA.
It is prohibited to carry any knife, gun or other object that can be used as a weapon of offence.
Furthermore, any material that may be used to cause offence or which affects the reputation of HTSA adversely is prohibited.
Personal conduct: Passengers are expected to conduct themselves appropriately at all times while travelling with HTSA.
They should not engage in any activity that is detrimental to the interests of fellow passengers or HTSA. Specifically, this includes any racial intolerance.
Generally: Any passenger whose behaviour is deemed inappropriate may be prevented from future travel on HTSA-organised coaches.
Official stewards are designated by HTSA to operate on every coach. They are responsible for the smooth operation of the coach and particularly for the safety and security of all passengers.
They are authorised to remove any passenger who is in contravention of the rules or whose actions constitute a threat to the safety or security of fellow passengers.