In a series of “KEEP THE BULLS FLYING” campaign of events and activities the Hereford United Supporters Trust are hosting a Family Fun Day at Shobdon Aerodrome, near Leominster, Herefordshire on Sunday 22nd July from 11am to 3pm.

HUST have confirmed entry is just £5 for adults, and £1 for children, and have released the following additional information:

Come along and join us, bring a deckchair or a blanket and chill out in the relaxed atmosphere of the Aerodrome.

We will have a visit from some past players for you to have a selfie with or why not test your skills on the inflatable Human Football Table, Rodeo Bull and Speed Cage?

There will be Burgers and Hotdogs provided by Spitfire Catering, Ice Cream Puddings by Just VW Desserts

HUST are thrilled to be launching its very own Draught Beer “Flying Bull” at this event, courtesy of Swan Brewery

If you fancy being a Flying Bull, then why not take advantage of a Micro-Light Flight or a Skydive on the day.

Talking of Skydives, HUST Director, Joanie Roberts is taking to the skies and jumping out of a plane to raise more funds to Keep The Bulls Flying … not sponsored her yet?  Here is the link to make your donation to Joanie’s Skydive

Or better still, why not join her, tick this off your bucket list and add to the fundraising!!!

We will have music, face painting, our usual 50/50 Draw and be joined by RadioHerefordFC

Or you could just come and sit and watch the planes go by...

A HUGE thank you to our sponsors, Shobdon Aerodrome, The Hereford Music Shop, Corbett Creative, Rodeo Wrecks, Swan Brewery & TDJ Williams Waste Ltd

Come and share the fun  with us, hook up with fellow supporters, eat & drink, watch some planes, take some selfies and let’s make some money to KEEP THE BULLS FLYING!! 

Anyone who would like to volunteer to help on the day will have free entry for 2 adults and 2 children!! Please share this link with everyone you know!  See you there!

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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