Carlisle United Supporters’ Groups are hosting a fans’ forum in Foxy’s Restaurant at Brunton Park on Thursday 30 June (6.30pm to 8pm) with club shareholders and directors present.
As we move closer to the start of the new season, on this occasion they will also be joined by manager Paul Simpson.
The panel will consist of Billy Atkinson [CUOSC], Lord Clark, Nigel Clibbens, Suzanne Kidd, John Nixon, Steven Pattison and Paul Simpson.
With the capacity limited to 100, as for the last forum, priority for places will initially be given to 2022/23 season ticket holders, with bookings to be made via email.
General bookings to non-season ticket holders (spaces permitting) will then commence from 10am on Thursday 23 June.
Names will be ticked off the booking list on arrival, on the night.
To book your place email email@example.com and include the names of all people who wish to attend.
Please note that the bar will be cashless only and will be open throughout for the sale of alcoholic and soft drink refreshments.
This event is free to attend. A raffle, with some fantastic prizes on offer, will also be held with proceeds being split between the Jigsaw Children’s Hospice and CUSG.
Host Adrian Bell will be making sure the evening runs smoothly as he takes questions from the floor.
CUSG rep and Supporter Liaison Officer Simon Clarkson said: “It’s great that we’re kicking pre-season off with a forum, and that the directors and shareholders will be joined this time by the manager.
“This gives fans the opportunity to ask questions and get updates across all areas of the club, from boardroom matters with the directors to football matters with Simmo.
“We say this every time, but these events are popular, and we encourage everybody who can to come along and ask their questions in person on the night.
“For those who can’t make it, as usual the event will again be streamed live via the club’s YouTube channel as this has proved to be a very popular method of providing coverage previously.”
Fans’ Forum, Foxy’s Restaurant, Brunton Park, Thursday 30 June, 6.30pm to 8pm