Niall CouperManifesto Niall Couper

Proposers: Lou Carton-Kelly and Kevin Rye

My vision for the Dons Trust

I want the club we all love to be the best.

But who am I?

I am a founder member of the Dons Trust and served on the Board in 2004.

I first started going to Plough Lane in 1982 and was a mascot with my brother against Hull City in January 1983. That was the last game we lost in our charge for the..

Roger HobkinsonManifesto Roger Hobkinson

Proposers: Graham Brown and Ross Fraser

Home Advantage – Supercharged!

Hello everyone, I would be honoured to serve you on The Dons Trust Board.

My Wimbledon credentials

My grandad and dad first took me to Plough Lane in the mid 1970’s. So, I am a lifelong supporter, Dons Trust member since inception and live in Wimbledon, 10 minutes’ walk from Plough Lane. I grew up in Sutton attending Greenshaw High School, then Leicester University and University College..

Charlie TalbotManifesto Charlie Talbot

Proposers: Marc Jones and Roger Caley

Our club has achieved so much since 2002, thanks to the hard work of many people: board members, players, employees and volunteers. But it has largely done so because every time they have been asked, our fans have stepped u

p and gone above and beyond to ensure this extra-ordinary collective endeavour continues to defy the odds, confound the nay-sayers and prove that nothing is impossible when we all work..

Andy SilvesterManifesto Andy Silvester

Proposers: Joe Roberts and Nic Webb

Finally, we are back in Wimbledon. It’s now time for us to ensure we become part of the fabric of Wimbledon, a successful, well-run business in the heart of the community. 

This season, with fans still banned from attending games, I’ve watched a number of our games on a laptop with friends in the Alexandra pub in Wimbledon. It’s been remarkable the number of people who have toddled over to ask what game..

The Dons Trust AFC Wimbledon Club OwnersAnnouncement of election to fill five vacancies on the Trust Board

Members of the Dons Trust Board are elected to serve for two years and this year the term comes to an end for four board members.

In addition, there will be one special vacancy to fill the place left by the resignation of Mark Davis. There are therefore five vacancies to be filled and this Announcement of Election formally starts the election process (Saturday 3 October 2020).

If you wish to stand, you will need to complete a nomination form [Word version or PDF..

The Dons Trust AFC Wimbledon Club OwnersVACANCY: Election Steering Group Chair

Elections to the Dons Trust Board are organised and run by an Election Steering Group. Since 2014 this group has been led by John Dolan. John has regrettably decided to stand down due to increasing pressures in his day job.

John has been involved in the running of elections since 2004 and the board wishes to extend its thanks to John for the valuable role he has performed during this time. John has kindly agreed to provide on-going support to..

Elections AheadUpdate on Dons Trust Elections 2019

This is to confirm that, subject to candidate and proposer verification of eligibility, there will be a contested election for 2019.

Once the verification process has been completed, the names of the candidates will be announced.

Dons Trust members will be aware that, this year, the Trust is trialling an electronic nomination system. For personal data reasons, the verification process will take somewhat longer than in previous years, but an announcement is expected later in the week.

A graphic showing a stylised calendarDiary date – 9yrs Podcast election interviews

Following the success of the live video interviews during last year’s Dons Trust Board election, the Election Steering Group expect to endorse a similar event this year.

Trust members considering standing in this year’s Trust board election may wish to note that the proposed date is Sunday 3 November.

Elections AheadDons Trust Board election: A guide to changes for 2019

The Election Steering Group (ESG) recently announced the start of the 2019 election period.

Members of the Dons Trust Board are elected to serve for two years and this year the term has come to an end for five board members. There are therefore five vacancies to be filled.

Following learning from the 2018 Dons Trust election, the Election Steering Group (ESG) proposed some changes to the election rules and nomination process.

These have been reviewed and approved by the Dons..

Elections AheadAnnouncement of election to fill five vacancies on the Trust Board

Members of the Dons Trust Board are elected to serve for two years and this year the term has come to an end for five board members. There are therefore five vacancies to be filled and this Announcement of Election formally starts the election process.

If you wish to stand, you will need to complete a nomination form.

Make sure you familiarise yourself with the updated rules for the 2019 election.

Election timetable 

Nominations open Saturday 14 September 2019 Nominations close Saturday..