BR DSA Coming
February 27, 2017
Interested in a Bristol Rovers Disabled Supporters Association?
We are inviting you along to a consultation meeting co-hosted by BRFC and BRSC to gauge interest in forming a DSA and how this could be done.
If you are a disabled spectator or companion, have a relation who would like to be a disabled spectator or are just curious, please do come along to the meeting. We’d love to see you.
Present will be:
Steve Hamer, BRFC Chairman.
Dave Parker, BRFC Safety Officer.
Sam Parsons, BRSC Disability Representative.
Daryl Parsons, BRSC Disability Representative.
Kieran Reynolds, of Level Playing Field, a charity in England and Wales, that acts as a campaigning and advisory organisation to its membership and other parties across all sports on disability issues.
David Munn, South West Disabled Fans’ Experience Forum.
WHERE? – The Memorial Stadium
WHEN? – Wednesday 26th April 2017.
WHAT TIME? – 7pm
What is a Disability Supporters Association? It is an independent organisation that gives disabled supporters a voice, social integration and a fundraising committee for disabled facilities and improvements.
A DSA is like any other supporter’s club, with a committee and constitution, but are centric to disabled supporters and their carer’s. Many DSA’s have regular social events, sponsor players, award trophies, organise away travel and work with club officials, supporter’s clubs and community trusts to make match days the best experience possible for anyone with a disability.
If you would like more information please contact Sam Parsons by emailing: [email protected]