It’s only 24 hours until Blues fans are able to find out and get behind the new ideas prevailing from Whitby Town, all will be on show to the public and fans will be able to meet the new Chairman and all the staff making the changes possible.
With the new era beginning of Whitby Town, everyone at the club is pulling together to take the club into the future and everyone is invited.
The club is fully committed to showing its supporters all the exciting plans that have been carefully planned and are ready to be put in action, everything that you need to know will be on display allowing all fas to clearly see what changes will be taking place.
Fans can expect to hear from all areas of the club from the new investor’s board to the matchday operations team and everything in between.
As well as meeting the teams that help the club function the possibilities for anyone who feels they can add to the club as a volunteer will be free to discuss what they can offer to the club in this historic phase of the clubs history.
The open night will be beginning at 5 pm tomorrow at the Turnbull Ground and will be running until 9 pm, the night will be split into two sections, starting at 5 pm until 7:30 pm in which supporters will be given the opportunity to meet the new Chairman, Eddie McNamee, as well as look across a range of plans and ideas set to take the club forward and meet the new and old faces involved.
After 7:30 pm a full detailed presentation of the how the new structure behind the scenes at the club will look and how it will operate, including an in-depth look at the clubs new charity, the Whitby Town FC Foundation, and how the charity will operate and benefit the local area.
As well as the new charity, the presentation will reveal who is behind the newly created investor’s board and will allow fans to meet the individuals leading Whitby into this new era of history as well as hear their aims for the club.
Finally, after the presentation fans will be presented with the opportunity to ask any questions they have about the new plans in the question and answer session about the new regime.