AGM Monday 20th May

Come along and enjoy a relaxed evening, where you will be able to enter into Q&A session with Pompey CEO Mark Catlin.
Then following a small break for refreshments, meeting will continue with committee business, re elections, and proposals to take forward next year.

There will be an photo opportunity with the Checkatrade Trophy

Your vote and any thoughts are important and valued.

Reports will be available on the evening

Roy GregoryAGM Monday 20th May
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Pompey Amputees Sponsored Walk

The Pompey Amputee football team are walking from Fratton park to Irwin Mitchell solicitors (Team Sponsor) in Southampton, which is a total of 19.5 miles.

The amputee football team are raising funds to support things like transport to matches and extra training for the players who are competing in the FA Disability cup finals in June.

Please see link below if you wish to donate

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/philip-moody4

 

Roy GregoryPompey Amputees Sponsored Walk
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Members enjoying Hospitality Experience

CB Members Christine Welch, Miles Morris, Terence Stack and Paul Gumbrell, enjoying their match day experience at Scunthorpe game.

Terence wrote “I really enjoyed myself and had a terrific day, we met about six old football legends and two current players and I also got speak to speak to Alan Knight.

Top Day!

Members were drawn out of ballet held by CB at Jan Open Meeting.

Roy GregoryMembers enjoying Hospitality Experience
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Plea for help

PITC have asked central Branch to help try and find a volunteer minibus driver for two of their Amputee fixtures.

Date: 24th March travelling to Boldmere St Michael’s FC, Church Road, Coldfield, B73 5RY

Approx Meet time: 8:00am Approx arrival back: 8.00pm

Date:19th May traveling to Cundle Road, Orton, Longueville, Peterborough, PE2 7EA

Approx Meet time 9:30am Approx arrival back 8:00pm

If anyone is interested they would need to have the D1 on their licence and PITC would need to see a copy of their licence at the Pompey in the community offices. They would also be required to complete a link which would be sent to them.
If anyone can help, please contact Phil Moody at PITC phil.moody@pompeyitc.org.uk

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Hayling Ferry

The Hayling Ferry has just completed and passed  its annual full safety licensing checks by the Maritime Agency and during its time out of water has been repainted in Pompey blue sponsored by the Ferry Boat Inn on Hayling.

For the remaining home games of the season the Ferry Trust will sponsor half cost ferry tickets to all PFC season tickets holders and those with match day tickets and the Ferry Boat Inn will allow free parking for the day for those popping in for a pre-match drink.     All attendees do is show their season or match day ticket/electronic confirmation to get the discounts and free parking.

We hope to both cut the journey time and travel costs for PFC supporters, highlight the ferry is in full operation and encourage less cars on the road so keep the environmental lobby happy.

If there is shown to be support over the next few games, the sponsored ferry crossings to home matches will be continued next season.

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Corporate Hospitality Free Draw

Central Branch have purchased four Corporate Hospitality tickets for the Partners Lounge at Scunthorpe Match on Saturday 16th March.
This is an ideal opportunity for our members to have a great matchday experience .

All members over 16 years old will be automatically entered into a free draw, which will be drawn at January open meeting.

The lucky winners will be contacted as soon as possible after the draw.    (ticket not transferable)

Please contact us via email to info@pompeyfan.com if you do not wish to be entered into the draw

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Open Meeting Monday 21st January Guest Mark Catlin

Central Branch will be holding their January Open Meeting in the Victory Bar on Monday 21st at 7:30 pm

Guest Mark Catlin, so come along for a relaxed evening, where you will be able to ask Mark all matters regarding the football club, both on and off the pitch.

Light refreshment will be available.

All members welcome.

Roy GregoryOpen Meeting Monday 21st January Guest Mark Catlin
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Free audio commentary service at all home games

“The Audio Descriptive Commentary team was set up by Portsmouth Football club in 2015/16.       The team provide a service to aid visually impaired fans, supporters with restricted views or those who want to add to their match day experience with immediate live action commentary at every home game.

The AD team  are trained to provide up-to-the-second reports on the match, focusing on the action rather than opinions or transfer stories.

As things happen on the pitch the listener hears exactly what is going on, with as much detail as possible to help create the action in the listener’s mind.

Working in the press box at the back of the South Stand headset microphones are used to commentate live on the game.

Commentary is transmitted immediately to handsets and earphones given out free to listeners on match days. There is no delay from transmission to listeners as with ‘live’ local radio.

The handsets can be obtained from the ticket offices, just ask when you attend the game.

comment below by Richard Coates

I tried out the system as a paying spectator and was issued with a headset after I purchased the ticket.   The sound system is loud and clear and commentary can be heard through the headset even over the ‘Fratton Park chimes’.   As someone who can never work out which player has the ball, given the distance you can be away from the pitch, or unable to remember the names and with the speed the ball is passed, it was great to be able to actually know who was who without keep looking at the programme.

I would recommend the free AD Commentary system to anyone attending at Fratton Park to enhance their experience of the match- Play up Pompey”.

Roy GregoryFree audio commentary service at all home games
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