Blyth Spartans AFC are opening their Clubhouse doors this month to host an open night and forum.
On Thursday February 20, supporters of all ages are welcome to the evening which will see Manager Tom Wade, Assistant Manager Colin Myers and Chairman Tony Platten take part in an open forum answering questions about the club matters on and off the pitch.
There will be a charity raffle with two prizes, including a signed Spartans home shirt and also on offer will be two Sponsors Lounge tickets for the home fixture with Buxton.
Any money raised from the raffle will be donated to the Scott Bell Fund.
The players will also be attending the evening and will be available should any supporters wish to have anything signed.
As a thank you for the support from the Green Army throughout the season Wade, his coaching staff and the players have paid for a buffet for those in attendance and the Spartans manager revealed the thinking behind the evening: “The fans have been great this season and as we head towards the run we need them more than ever. As a club it’s important that we communicate effectively and this forum gives us a chance to do that and say thank you for their backing, they have to know how much the club as a whole appreciates them. I’m really looking forward to it and I hope they will too”
The forum begins at 7.30pm with the doors opening from 7pm.