Not too late to join us!

January 1, 2000


It’s not too late to join the Share Scheme and have your name on the ‘Roll of Honour’ which is to be displayed in the supporter’s bar of the rebuilt Memorial Stadium.

Get your name added to those who have helped our club at the time it was needed most. You will also be entered into our matchday draw for a signed shirt. Some fans have asked if we still need the Share Scheme, and the answer is a definite yes. Whilst we are moving in the right direction, there is still a long way to go. In 2011 we will continue to strive towards </span>the primary objectives of the Share Scheme, which are to maximise its shareholding on behalf of the Supporters Club and income into the football club.

This will ensure that, through the Supporters Club, a sufficient shareholding is held to influence any major Football Club boardroom decision. We have two full directors which has been achieved through the Share Scheme. If you would like to join, or introduce someone else, please contact Clare McDonagh at Pirate Leisure on 0117 9524001 [email protected]

If you would simply like to know more about the Scheme, then please contact David Brain on 07765 254110 or [email protected]

For individuals, weekly membership of the Share Scheme begins at less than the price of a pint of beer.

There are four different ordinary levels and a corporate level. These options are:

  • Bronze Option – £10.83 per month

         •   Silver Option – £21.67 per month

  • Gold Option – £43.34 per month
  • Platinum Option – £83.34 per month.

        • Corporate Option – £100.00 per month.


The other way you can help is by introducing a friend to join the main scheme or even a small business to join our Corporate Scheme which costs £1,200 per year but with tax advantages this will effectively make the cost less than a Platinum subscription. You could get your company on the ‘Roll of Honour’ which would be good publicity. More information can be found here

Whether you are currently a Share Scheme member or not we are always interested in your views, so please do not hesitate to contact either Clare McDonagh or David Brain.

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