We are pleased to be able to share the following statement which will give some insight into the work we have been doing following the recent fans survey. You can read the full statement by clicking the link –
Following the incidents which occurred during the home game against Port Vale and subsequent announcement from GTFC, the Trust has issued a statement. You can read this in full here – Statement
We are delighted that Michael Jolley has agreed to join us in the Trust Bar on Thursday, 22nd March.
We will open at 6.30pm for your chance to meet the new gaffer, have photos taken etc, and then have an informal Q&A session from 7.30pm onwards.
Entry will be just £3.50 and will include a free drink from the bar. Children are welcome with an adult and can enter free of charge.
If you can’t be there, but would like us to ask Michael a question on your behalf, simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets are available HERE or on the door on the night.
We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible!
We are delighted to be able to share with everyone the results of the 2018 Fans Survey.
You can read the full report Here
We understand that there will probably be a lot of questions and comments on the results, and we welcome these by email to email@example.com or via our Facebook & Twitter inbox messages.
Thank you all for your participation in the survey.
GTFC fan Neil Jackson was lucky enough to win this fantastic signed 2018 home shirt. He has very kindly offered to raffle it with all proceeds going to the Disabled Supporters Club.
The Disabled Supporters Club is very close to Neil’s heart as he used to travel with them with his dad in the late 80s & early 90s, so he knows first hand that the work they do ensuring our Disabled fans can attend as many games as possible is essential to a lot of people.
If you’d like to be in with a chance of winning, simply make a donation to via our website HERE. It is just £1 and you can enter as many times as you like!
Neil hopes to raise at least £50, so please dig deep and be generous.
A winner will be drawn at random on 23rd February.
We were delighted to receive this letter from CARE yesterday, following our collection for the food bank before Christmas.
A huge Thank you to everyone who supported this!
Since launching the survey just 2 weeks ago, we have had an amazing response with over 500 replies online and many more completed in the bars around the ground. In the initial week, we saw over 480 responses come in and it has naturally now tailed off to just one or two responses per day.
The Trust recognise that there is a serious need for a clear direction for the future and this was always the main aim of the survey. The fans are clearly telling us via social media that they are in need of this sooner rather than later. We have therefore made the decision to bring the closing date of the survey forward to Sunday, 11th February 2018.
Until then, you can still complete online HERE or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We have also made the form available HERE so you can print it if you would prefer – then just pop it in an envelope and post it to the Trust at Blundell Park or pop it into the ticket office.
We still want as many responses as possible. There will be a lot of work to do analysing the responses and some important decisions made on what happens next with the Trust.
This really is your chance to tell us what you want and how you feel. Please, if you have not already done so, complete your survey today!
Due to a fundamental disagreement regarding the future direction of the Mariners Trust, Paul Savage has resigned both as Chair and from the Trust board with immediate effect. Vice Chair, Alan Rutter, will take up the position of Chair in the interim.The Mariners Trust would like to thank Paul for all of his hard work during his time as a board member and wish him well for the future.
The Board of The Mariners Trust is happy to clarify that following his input at Wednesday’s meeting of the Board of Grimsby Town F.C. regarding the views of the fan base, as communicated to The Trust about the current situation at Grimsby Town F.C, Jon Wood confirmed that there was a consensus reached before he contributed fully to the discussion that culminated in the issue of the statement by the Board later that day giving his full support to the final draft.