Help the Hatters Update 45
Club say Thank you
Prior to Tuesday`s game against Worcester Stockport County took the opportunity to thank Help the Hatters for the work done in and around Edgeley Park via the various Working Parties and other efforts.
A buffet was provided following which County Director Richard Park and Manager Alan Lord offered some well received words of thanks on behalf of the Club, before all present upped sticks and went to enjoy County latest win.
The next Car Boot Sale in support of Help the Hatters will be held on Sunday 28th September at the Booth Street Car Park, running from 06.00 until 13.00.This event is hugely valuable to us in our efforts to support the Club, providing vital funds. So....if you can help, any time twixt 06.00 and 13.00 please let Angela know or email.....
No Working Party .Sunday 21st September.
This confirms that the mooted WP envisaged to take place on the above date, will not now happen- so you might just manage a lie in!
We have now passed 136000 hits which is simply excellent.
I hope that you are enjoying the return of Man in a Hat, who made his first appearance of the season at Hednesford. In addition County Historian Ian Watts has contributed both Match Previews and some really informative, and very popular, Conference North Updates. Hopefully these items will continue along with the usual features as we push on towards 200000!
Help the Hatters would like to congratulate Alan and Veronica Gaskin who were recently married. Alan and Veronica flew to Pisa Italy to get wed, and we wish them a very happy married life together!
Someone else in the news was Joan Plimmer who was recently adopted as Green Party candidate for Macclesfield Parliamentary Constituency. Well done Joan, and good luck!
You may recall that in Help the Hatters Update 39, I offered a tale of my much neglected roses as a metaphor for County`s situation.
I thought an update was due, and an updated pic,
and as you can see the revival is underway, pretty much as it is on the pitch for County! Onwards.....upwards!