The Weymouth Supporter's Association was formed in March 2010
from the merger of the Weymouth Supporter's Club and the Terras Trust.
The Weymouth Supporter's Club had a long history having been formed
in 1921. Over many years it raised much needed funds for the Club
through operating match day catering facilities, selling programmes,
half time draw tickets, car boot sales, etc. The Supporter's Club
also ran the Club shop and organised travel to away matches.
The Terras Trust was formed in 2007. Its formation was largely
in response to the collapse of the Club financially following the
decision by then chairman, Martyn Harrison, that he could no longer
fund the Club. The Trust's aims were to safeguard the future of
Weymouth Football Club and to provide a democratic voice for supporters
in the running of the Club.
The Trust has also raised significant amounts of money, around £15,000
since its launch for the benefit of the Club through successful
fundraising events such as the Steve Perryman night, race nights,
etc. - much of this has been used to purchase shares. The Trust
also helped in practical ways such as redecoration of the bar and
ground, sponsorship of reserve team kit and purchase of goal nets.
The Trust also had a director on the Football Club Board from November
2007 to February 2010.
The merger of the two supporters organisations means that limited
resources can be combined to best effect. We will continue to do
those things that were most important to our previous organisations,
but do them better.
here to read the Rules of Weymouth FC Supporters
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