Here is an updated version of an email sent to members on Saturday. Early indications from the temperature test suggest members are broadly positive about discussions continuing with London Broncos – but there have been many questions and concerns, too. We can confirm that more detail will be shared shortly, and the potential deal will be discussed at the AGM on December 17. Crucially, we can also confirm that there will be a formal vote should the deal progress and..
The Dons Trust would like to once again iterate that everyone is welcome at Wimbledon games, and that the Club operates a zero tolerance approach to abuse – whether aimed at staff, players or fans.
With our move back to Plough Lane, ensuring that all members of our diverse community feel safe and welcome at our club is of paramount importance – particularly as we look to expand our fanbase.
In the same way that we hold our players to..
We have received reports that AGM papers for those that receive them by post are in some cases being delayed and caught up in the backlog of Christmas mail.
The papers for the meeting can be found on the general meetings page (thedonstrust.org/general-meetings) of this website and are available to download.
If you wish to exercise a proxy, we strongly suggest that this is emailed to the Dons Trust secretary – firstname.lastname@example.org – rather than relying on the postal service at this..
The following are the results of the Dons Trust Board elections 2020 which were counted today by the ESG in the presence of Neil Springate, the Independent Scrutineer:
There were 3,415 ballot papers issued and 1377 votes cast – a turnout of 40.3%
The number of votes cast for each candidate were as follows (candidates are in ballot paper order):
Luke Mackenzie 707
Freddy Flaxman 300
Xavier Wiggins 889
Charlie Talbot 744
Trevor Williams 556
Andy Silvester 326