New Boss Lambert at Meet the Club Event Tonight
Thursday, 1st Nov 2018 13:48
New boss Paul Lambert will join MD Ian Milne and other members of Town staff in answering questions from fans at tonight’s Meet the Club event prior to the Supporters Club’s AGM in Legends Bar (7pm start, bars open from 6.30pm). We will be live-blogging the event on the TWTD Forum.
Supporter liaison officer Elizabeth Edwards told TWTD: “It is fantastic that Paul has agreed to meet the fans so early in his time with Town. It will give us a chance to hear his impressions but especially to welcome him to the club.”
Lambert will open the evening by answering questions from the floor for around 30 to 45 minutes before handing over to Milne and the club’s off-field department heads, including finance director Mark Andrews, club secretary Stuart Hayton, director of sales Rosie Richardson, director of retail operations Lee Hyde, head of ticketing Donna Powell and media manager Steve Pearce, as well as Tim Claydon from Centerplate, who provide the club’s concourse catering.
Proof of Supporters Club membership will need to be provided at the door. For further information on the Meet the Club event contact supporters liaison officer Elizabeth Edwards via firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information on the Supporters Club AGM, which will follow the Meet the Club event at 8.30pm, can be obtained from acting chair Mark Ramsay via email@example.com.
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