Kettering Town 'Poppies' Supporter's Trust

Trust programme notes - Redditch - 27/11/2018

Posted on Thursday December 13th 2018

Dear Supporter

Home games are coming thick and fast now – hard to believe we only played 4 home league games up until our match against Stourbridge on 20 November 2018. What a match that turned out to be – we knew Stourbridge were a good side having played them in the FA Trophy earlier this season. Coming in to that game they were obviously neck and neck with us on points albeit we had a couple of games in hand. As they say, it was one for the neutrals but we stuck in there and scored some great goals – in particular that belter from Lindon Miekle!


Just a reminder that the Trust is raising funds using easy and, with the run up to Christmas, what better

way to do your Christmas shopping!

If you sign up, and go through their app or website when you shop online, they will make a donation to the Trust, at no extra cost to you. Basically raising free donations for the Trust - and there really is no catch.


The Trust currently has 26 people signed up and have, so far, raised nearly £400 in donations. Thank you to everyone who has signed up.

It's very simple to do - all you need to do is register with
easy; choose "Kettering Town Poppies Supporters Trust" as your chosen cause and then every time you want to buy something online go to the easy fundraising app or website - find the retailer you want, and make your purchase. The retailer will then make a donation to the Trust and it really doesn't cost you anything!


Even better is that, currently, the Trust will earn a £5 bonus donation every time someone successfully joins and raises £5 as a supporter through our unique link - so please click on the following link, and

For those that have already signed up, don't forget to go through the easy fundraising app/website when you shop, to make sure the Trust gets the donations. Happy shopping!


Some time ago, the Trust donated money to the Club in order to provide a defibrillator. It is an essential life-saving step in the chain of survival in the event of cardiac arrest. It is also vital that the battery is changed

periodically to ensure the defibrillator is always ready in case of emergency. To that end, The Trust has donated £230 to cover the cost of replacing the battery. Hopefully the unit will never need to be utilised, but it is a great comfort to know that it is ready and waiting just in case.

Not sure how we got on against Rushall Olympic at the time of writing but hopefully three points were gained and we continue our push for another three points tonight at home to Redditch.

Karen Lewis


Kettering Town (Poppies) Supporters Trust, PO Box 6492, Kettering, NN16 0YT
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Trust Board Members: Mark Severn (Treasurer), Richard (Secretary/Vice Chairman), Bill Pringle, Bob Brown, Gordon Anderson, James Mayell and Lewis Horne