NEWCASTLE UNITED SUPPORTERS TRUST – Charity Ale, Annual General Meeting and Rangers Revisited.

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Charity Ale, AGM and Rangers Revisited
NUST’s Charity Supporting Ale Sells Out Again

NUST’s charity beer, ‘Black and White Ale’, has again sold out in pubs across the north east for the second time in 2013, enabling the Trust and Hadrian Border Brewery to make donations to local good causes.

The award-winning local brewery donated 5p from every pint sold to the Trust for them to share among their chosen charities – Northern Money and children’s cancer charity the Toma Fund.

Michael Thewlis, from the Trust said: “Our members want us to play an active role in supporting our local communities and organisations to help raise their profile and this beer – brewed especially for the Trust – has helped us to do that again.”

Martin Hammill, brewery manager at Hadrian Border Brewery said: “We were happy to get involved again with the Trust and their chosen charities. The NUST beer – Black and White Ale – sold really well again, like it did in the Spring of last year, so we knew it would sell well again. The sales of the beer helped us raise £230 to support the Trust’s aims and worthy local organisations and we will definitely run the beer again later this year.”

Andrea Thompson, Founder of Toma Fund said: “Toma Fund is delighted to be associated with the Newcastle United Supporters’ Trust again. This is a fabulous initiative and I am sure it will be popular not just with fans but with everyone who has an association with the north east.
“The money raised will help Toma Fund to support children, young people and their families in the region who are living through treatment for childhood cancers.”

Gavin Hennessey of Northern Money, said: “We are really pleased to continue our involvement with the Trust to help us spread the word about the range of financial services available in our communities across the north east. Our network of over 20 credit unions in the region provide advice on saving and borrowing, and our savings and loan rates are among some of the most competitive around.”

Pictured left to right at Hadrian Border Brewery: Andrea Thompson from Toma Fund, Martin Hammill from Hadrian Border Brewery, Gavin Hennessey from Northern Money and Michael Thewlis from Newcastle United Supporters’ Trust.

NUST’s 4th Annual General Meeting

NUST’s fourth Annual General Meeting will be held on Wednesday 22nd January 2014 at 6pm. The venue is The Mining Institute, Neville Hall,  Westgate Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 1SE

The agenda for the meeting

  • 1. Apologies
  • 2. Chair’s report
  • 3. Treasurer’s report
  • 4. Re-appointment of Auditors
  • 5. Any other business

The Annual General Meeting is open to all shareholding members* of the Newcastle United Supporters Society Limited (trading as Newcastle United Supporters Trust).

Proof of membership is required for entrance.

* Must be aged 16 or over, and a paid up to date member.

Rangers Revisited – Fairs Club Event

The Fairs Club are holding a charity event – “Rangers Revisited” featuring Willie Henderson, Colin Stein, Willie Johnston, John McNamee, Jimmy Scott and “1 or 2 surprises”. This will be held at the Barking Dog, Wallsend on Thursday 27th February 2014  at 7.30. Tickets are £20. All profits will go to the Willie Henderson Cancer Charity. For tickets contact Bill on 07753573613

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