Welcome to the home page of Nuneaton Town Supporters’ Co-operative. Visit regularly to keep up to date with Co-operative events and news. We will be working hard to support our club, provide facilities for our supporters and organise events and competitions with supporters in mind.
We would like to thank all our corporate sponsors, who appear below. Please click on the logo to access our sponsors’ sites.
Nationwide specialises in the hire and sale of powered access equipment in the UK, providing efficient and safe access solutions for people working at height.
We are committed to providing a standard of product and service that is far superior to that of any competitor. Nationwide Access operates a modern rental fleet of self-propelling scissor lifts, boom lifts and truck mounted platforms which are designed to place workers, their tools and materials efficiently and quickly into elevated work areas that otherwise would have to be reached by using traditional access methods including ladders, scaffolding or other devices.
Phoenix are a local company providing a complete advice and fitting service for a large selection of surrounds and suites in wood, marble, stone, limestone and Victorian casts.
Phoenix have live showroom displays of gas and electric fires and also offer gas fire and boiler servicing, central heating, free quotations (terms and conditions apply), and are Gas Safe Registered Engineers. Friendly and efficient staff. Tel: 024 7635 0562.
Mr. Om Gurung (MBE) is the owner of Crossed Khukris Gurkha Restaurant. The restaurant prides itself on its high standards, and serves hundreds of customers every week, resulting in cheerful and satisfied customers longing to return even as they leave, taking the unique taste of the Nepalese cuisine with them.
We have been pleased to serve the public of Nuneaton and Bedworth since 1998 and our customers become regulars who are also very good friends.
The Crossed Khukris offer a free home delivery on orders over £12 within a 3 mile radius or 15% discount on collection.
Heart of England Co-operative provide multiple services
to the local community, including food and lifestyle store, funeral services, travel and much, much more. Visit the website to view the latest offers available from Heart of England Co-operative.
The Heart of England Co-operative have supported Nuneaton Town Supporters’ Co-operative in the past and made a donation towards the construction of the Memorial Garden.
Watts Electrical (Midlands) Limited specialise in all aspects of domestic electrical installations and offer a complete electrical service from having new lighting installed to a simple light fitting replacement. Watts Electrical provide a professional solution to all your electrical requirements. To discuss your requirements, please phone 02476 326681/07930275678. Email: email@example.com
Customised table covers in more than 70 fabric colours, banners, pull up displays and all kinds of innovative and eye-catching promotional ideas; all to your specification with full colour logos and custom designs. We supply a large number of organisations in the education, private and public sectors.
We have many years of experience and supply customers worldwide and take great pride in the fact that many of our orders come via recommendations from existing customers.
Nuneaton Town Youth are at home next Thursday (December 5th) to Atherstone Town in the Midland Floodlit Youth League. Come along and give the lads your support.
League table and stats: http://www.communigate.co.uk/worcs/mfyl/page5.phtml
Nuneaton Town Supporters’ Co-operative will be sending a delegation to The Supporters Summit 2013 at The FA’s new training base at St George’s Park, Burton on Saturday, June 22nd.
The opening address will be given by FA Chairman David Bernstein and will be followed by a number of workshops including ‘Improving Football Governance’, ‘Fan Engagement’, ‘Reclaim Our Game’, ‘Tackling Discrimination in Football’ and ‘Transparency and Vigilance’. The day will be rounded off by a chance to tour the new facility and meet with other supporter groups.
More information can be found here: Supporters Summit 2013.
April 2013 Newsletter
Many thanks to all those who contributed to the April Newsletter.
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UPDATE – Minutes now available – http://nuneatontownsupporterscoop.com/special-general-meeting-new-model-rules-18042013-liberty-way/
Special General Meeting – New Model Rules – 18/04/2013 @ Liberty Way
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Following an inquiry from a supporter concerning the current situation with regard to a Fan Director, the Co-Operative would like to take this opportunity to explain their position.
Several discussions took place with the Football Club over an extended period about the role a Fan Director would take at the Club. From these discussions a document was created – the Code of Conduct (available to read here). It was agreed to send this document (along with several further queries) to Supporters’ Direct.
Before the documents could be sent to Supporters’ Direct, Chairman Neil Hodgson, Director Kevin Harris-James, and Director Richard Dean all tendered their resignation on the same day. This obviously changed the dynamic of the Board, and many of the discussions we had had with the Club up to that point were centred on the current structure and organisation of the Board. At this point Club Director Ian Neale suggested that the role of Club Secretary may be best filled by a Fan’s Director, as someone with knowledge of the Club and it’s supporters.
At a Co-Operative Board Meeting, the Board discussed the situation and it agreed that it would move forward with a Fan Director, despite the three resignations, although not in the role of Club Secretary. It was felt the role was too specific and may put some people off applying. However, it was agreed to discuss the situation with Supporters’ Direct and ask their opinion moving forward. Supporters’ Direct have a vast experience of dealing with Co-Operative’s in similar circumstances and their advice is excellent.
Following discussions with Supporters’ Direct, it was agreed that the Co-Operative ‘should not consider joining the Club Board at the moment’. This is in no way a final decision.
During these discussions several other, alternative options to a Fans Director were suggested by Supporters’ Direct. The Co-Operative is currently investigating these and will hopefully have some news very soon.
We would like to thank Nuneaton Town Chairman Ian Neale for his co-operation so far.
We trust that the above information helps explain the situation, but if you have any questions, please email Secretary Jim Astley at jim.Astley@btinternet.com . Any questions and answers will be posted online at our website.
As many fans will now know, Mick Bates, creator of the fantastic model of the Cock and Bear End from the now sadly demolished Manor Park, has kindly donated it to Nuneaton Town Supporters’ Co-Operative. Continue reading