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Volunteers sought for summer work around Adams Park

Trust director John Derben appeals for assistance.

21 May 2019

Our football stadium – the club’s most treasured and protected asset – is looking tired at the end of the season, and needs your help.

Every year, the SAG (Safety Advisory Group) – chaired by Bucks County Council – request two important reports; a structural engineers report, and a Wycombe District Council building inspectors report.

These reports are designed to ensure we keep to a high standard of maintenance to protect our supporters and keep them safe.

This year has been a real challenge financially, and we need to catch up on the work programme, keeping the costs to a minimum, by using volunteers whenever and wherever we can.

We are going to need help with painting, jet washing, bricklaying, line marking, bank trimming, seat cleaning, carpentry, roof tiling, hedge cutting at the training ground… the list is endless.

Whether you can help on a weekend or during the week, please get in touch with John Derben, volunteer co-ordinator, on 01494 441145 or email

When the new season begins, we are considering asking for volunteers to pick up rubbish around the stadium after each match. Might anyone be interested in helping the club build a new volunteer team for this purpose, please step forward.

At every home match last season, there were complaints about rubbish and we need to deal with it, both with the appropriate notices and the physical team of volunteer help.

As I was kindly reminded by one supporter, we should take pride in our most valuable and precious asset. So can you help?

By John Derben, Trust director

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