GALLOWGATE FLAGS : BACKING FROM NEWCASTLE UNITED FC

by • July 14, 2016 • NewsComments (2)1681

Thanks to some sterling work from true faith’s Alex Hurst, Newcastle United FC is publicly backing the GALLOWGATE FLAGS campaign to bring colour and spectacle to St James’ Park at home games next season.

The GALLOWGATE FLAGS group is in active discussion to confirm what type of flag is acceptable to be used at matches for health and safety reasons and once that is defined orders for new flags will be made and it is hoped to have these ready for the first home game of the new season v Huddersfield on 13/Aug/16.

Newcastle United made its support for GALLOWGATE FLAGS public yesterday and you can see the full statement here

As part of its campaign GALLOWGATE FLAGS has increased the target it is attempting to raise to £5000. At the time of publishing this piece the amount stood at almost £4000.

Please support GALLOWGATE FLAGS by making your donations here

All monies raised will go to funding flags and banners and pay for items to keep the group going and growing.

GALLOWGATE FLAGS also needs support in other ways.

On match-days volunteers will be needed to help with the displays of flags and if you want to provide your help, please contact GALLOWGATE FLAGS on contact@gallowgateflags.co.uk

 

Similarly, if you have a flag that is in good condition and you would like to donate it to GALLOWGATE FLAGS, please contact the group on contact@gallowgateflags.co.uk preferably with a photo of the flag and a description of its size etc.

 

You can visit the GALLOWGATE FLAGS website by clicking here

 

true faith and nufc.com have both made donations to GALLOWGATE FLAGS and the NEWCASTLE UNITED SUPPORTERS TRUST is also committed to doing so too.

Please support this excellent campaign and working together we can transform the atmosphere at St James’ Park and get our great club back into the Premier League where it belongs.

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2 Responses to GALLOWGATE FLAGS : BACKING FROM NEWCASTLE UNITED FC

  1. Colin McCabe says:

    That’s great news to get the clubs backing. Obviously they still have a long way to go but there are a lot of good signs that the club has finally learned its lesson and is actually letting Rafa have the complete controll required, I couldn’t have seen this happening a year ago…

    Congratulations to Alex Hurst as well, great work mate, cant wait to get over a few times this year

  2. Colin McCabe says:

    That’s great news to get the clubs backing. Obviously they still have a long way to go but there are a lot of good signs that the club has finally learned its lesson and is actually letting Rafa have the complete control required, I couldn’t have seen this happening a year ago…

    Congratulations to Alex Hurst as well, great work mate, cant wait to get over a few times this year