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Swedish Shrews to hold meeting

9 October 2012

Stockholm meet up for the Walsall game

The Swedish branch of Shrewsbury Town Supporters Club have set a date for their first official meeting in Stockholm.
 
They will hold a get together at The Dubliner pub in the Swedish capital when they will also watch Town face Walsall in front of the live Sky TV cameras.  
 
Graham Owen, a big Town fan originally from Mid Wales, hopes there will be a good turn out from potential members given the Swedish Shrews brought 14 people to Shrewsbury for the home game against AFC Wimbledon last October.
 
He has recently been enjoying showing Town's larger than life mascot Lenny the Lion the sights and sounds of Stockholm having recently donned the outfit to compete in the Stockholm 10KM Midnight Run.  
 
Graham has drawn up a number of aims for the Swedish Shrews which he outlines here - and he can be contacted direct for more details at graham_owen53@hotmail.com
 
Our vision 
 
May the Swedish Shrews flourish and help to support the real Shrews.
Our aims 
 
To promote and maintain an interest and support for Shrewsbury Town FC
 
To provide regular opportunities for Swedish Shrews to meet in a social setting and to share their interests and views on the club.
 
To arrange a minimum of one trip per season to a Shrewsbury Town home match and an away match for interested supporters.
 
To provide information and assistance to Swedes wishing to attend matches.
 
To provide information and support to Shrewsbury Town fans visiting Sweden
 
To arrange to meet when Shrewsbury Town play in televised games.
 
Have fun!!
Our organisation
 
We invite individual membership which is accessible to everyone who wants to contribute to our aims and to do the best for Shrewsbury Town FC.
 
We have a committee consisting of a chairman, secretary and a treasurer who produce an annual plan for the group. Each year an annual meeting is held prior to the start of the season.
 
A nominal membership is requested to cover administrative costs.


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