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AGM Notice 2019

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING - 2019

To be held at St James’ Park on Tuesday 30th July @ 6.00pm in the Centre Spot (at this time) downstairs in ‘The Park’.

This is your opportunity to find out what we’ve done over the past 12 months and meet your new committee for 2019/20.

It’s also your chance to raise any questions or issues you may have concerning the Accessible Facilities at Exeter City Football Club.

Tea & Coffee will be available

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Want to make a positive impact?

We are searching for volunteers who can donate time and their skills by joining the committee for the coming season.

If you enjoy helping others, could help the Association grow and you take great pride in what you do.

Become an ECDSA Volunteer.

Please send your interest via email to: ECDSA Secretary – ecfcdsa@gmail.com (please send your interest no later than 14 days before the above AGM date).

We look forward to seeing and meeting you at the AGM.

 

*Note on info we hold on you* The only information we hold on any member is your name; address; email and telephone number as per what members have put on their membership form to become an ECDSA member. This information is only shared with Exeter City Football Club as this ensures our members are added to the clubs Priority Ticketing database. If you don’t what us to share this information with Exeter City FC please let us know and we’ll act on your wishes and will send you a confirmation email once we have done so. However, be aware if we’re unable to share your details with Exeter City FC we can’t ensure you’re on the clubs Priority Ticketing database.

If you don’t want to receive emails from us please let us know and we’ll take you off our email listing.

Membership renewal 2019-20

Membership renewal 2019-20

General Enquiries: ecfcdsa@gmail.com
Membership: ecdsa.membership@ecfc.co.uk

Dear Members,

A reminder that it is that time of year for ECDSA membership renewals for the 2019-20 season.

Please send your cheque/postal order/notes for £5 to the address below quoting your name, ECDSA membership number and any changes that have been made to your contact details, (address, email, telephone numbers) since last season.

Send to: ECDSA Membership, 38 The Marles, EXMOUTH, Devon, EX8 4NS

Alternatively, you can now pay by bank transfer quoting the reference: ECDSA Member (plus add your membership number to end of ‘ECDSA Member’ e.g: ECDSA Member 85).

To ECDSA bank account:
Co-op Bank
Account Name: ECDSA
Sort Code: 08-92-99
Account number: 65655584

If you pay by bank transfer please email: ecdsa.membership@ecfc.co.uk if there are any changes to your contact details.

If you’re unable to renew, I would like to thank you for your support of ECDSA last season and hope you might re-join at some time in the future.

Thank you for your time.

David

David Jones
ECDSA vice-chairman & membership secretary

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Exeter City Disabled Supporters Association

I would like to renew my ECDSA Membership for the 2019-20 season.

Name:

Membership number:

Address:

Telephone or Mobile:
Email Address:

Signed: Date:

I enclose my cheque/postal order/notes for £5.00; Cheques should be made payable to ECDSA.

ECFC Video on Disability and Football.

Exeter City Football Club have officially announced the online launch of a new short film, produced as part of the ECFC Museum project.

The film, Disability and Football, uses interviews and archival material to take a closer look at how the Club works with people of all abilities, both on and off the pitch.

We at the Exeter City Disabled Supporters Association fully supports the video as do the Exeter City Community Trust, and features many of those people who work with Exeter City to make a difference, including Will Allan (ECFC community Trust DIO), Nick Saunders (ECDSA/ECFC DLO), Jeanne Jones (ECDSA committee member), Greg Hill (ECDSA member/ECFC programme seller) and Paul Farley (ECFC Director and Senior safeguarding manager & equality and inclusion lead).

Will Barrett, who coordinates the museum project, and was part of the film production team said: “It’s always great to see how much goes on at City behind the scenes and in the community.

“This film was a chance for us to get to know some of the wonderful people involved in making a difference at the club, and to explore something that is really positive about the club’s culture and heritage that people may not know much about.”

The ECFC Museum is the latest initiative led by the ECFC History Group and Grecian Archive team, and is supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and the University of Exeter.

To learn more about the project, or discover how you might be able to get involved, please click here.