The newly appointed Hereford Football Club managerial duo of Peter Beadle and Matt Bishop will be at a Fans Forum on Wednesday 20 May at the Railway (GWRSA) Club on Barton Road, Hereford.

Entrance will be free, but with numbers limited to 220 the event is being staged on a first-come, first-served basis with a start time of 8pm.

According to the clubs official website “the first half of the Forum will focus on football matters, with manager Peter Beadle and his assistant Matt Bishop on hand to take questions and speak to supporters.”

“As the club will almost certainly have been allocated a league for next season by the end of the preceding week, there is sure to be plenty to talk about.”

After an interval approximately an hour later off the field activities will be focused on.

Hereford Football Club Board members including Chairman, Jon Hale, Vice-Chairman and Hereford United Supporters Trust (HUST) Chairman, Chris Williams are expected to attend. They are scheduled to provide an update on the progress towards ensuring the Edgar Street stadium is fully operational ahead of the 2015/16 campaign.

A club spokesman also confirmed Hereford FC merchandise will be made available for sale at the event although this will be restricted to either cash or cheque purchases.

The Hereford Football Club Chairman Jon Hale says “We have been discussing a Fans Forum for some time but have held off until we had confirmation Jon_Haleof when we are likely to be allocated a league. This may not impact on what is discussed on the night, but it seemed right to wait for this to be confirmed.

“We are very much looking forward to meeting supporters at this event, and I know that Pete and Matt are looking forward to sharing some of their plans with fans too.

“As a Board, this will be our first chance to personally thank people for the support they are already showing us and the commitment fans have displayed by buying more than 700 season tickets.

“Please do come along to this Fans Forum if you can, but remember, numbers are limited so please make sure you get there early!”

By Editor

Lifelong Hereford supporter who has endured the rise and fall of the club through progressive generations. Sports journalist, broadcaster and commentator who will never forget his Edgar Street roots.

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