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Trust Meeting with Barry Kilby

This is to remind Members of Clarets Trust that there will be a meeting with Burnley FC Chairman, Barry Kilby in the Turf Moor Foundation Lounge at 5pm following the QPR match on the 8th April.

A series of Questions are being devised based on those received from Clarets fans by Clarets Trust and it's hoped that Barry Kilby will be able to answer these at the meeting. The Clarets form has improved recently after a disappointing spell after Christmas and the fans are now hoping for as high a finish as possible to the 2005/6 season with a view to making a significant challenge for promotion in 2006/7.

What are the Chairman's plans and ambitions for the Club? What is happening about the three year plan and the Turf Moor sale? The match day and season ticket pricing policy has recently been announced, what concerns do the fans have? How much money will Steve Cotterill have to spend on players in the close season?

Why not come along and hear what our Chairman has to say?

Don't worry if you're not a Trust member, you can now join or renew your membership for a special rate of 5 which will last until 1st October this year.

In order to attend the meeting you will need to show that you are a member (we will have a list of members at the door so don't worry too much if you've lost your membership card!). We should be able to sign a limited number of people up on the day but please join or renew as soon as possible otherwise you may end up queuing to join on the day and miss the actual meeting!

Clarets Trust

Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

The Journalist

Writer: turfmanphil Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday April 2 2006

Time: 10:37AM

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Lets have a great turn out for this meeting from all of you in Clarets Trust. You dont get many opportunities to hear the Club Chairman answer your questions
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02/04/2006 21:56:00

any chance of a write up on here Phil??
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03/04/2006 15:03:00

Patch,there will no doubt be an Official Press Release on the outcome of the Meeting. My involvement on the Clarets Trust Steering Group with some responsibilities for Media & PR will ensure all main Clarets websites get the Press Release and I will ensure Vital is included. You can then tap me for any elaboration! LOL
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03/04/2006 16:05:00

At least your chairman has meetings with your trust. Good luck with it :D
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05/04/2006 12:59:00

theres good signs for your club there seems like you all work as a team.
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02/05/2006 14:56:00

Do the trust have any influence within the club or are you a seperate entity who has to work hard to get anything out of them?
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02/05/2006 21:08:00


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