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There is an important meeting being held at Canalside on Saturday May 24th at 1pm & you are invited!

Following on from the successful ATT meetings, a sub-group has been set up to look at improving the atmosphere at HTFC home games.

As a result a crowd funding initiative has been started by our friends at DATM – the number 1 HTFC forum – in a very short space of time over £1000 has been raised by fans to fund flags & banners. You can make your own donation by following this link: https://www.payitsquare.com/collect-page/34522

If you want to get involved & share your ideas then please support your fellow fans. They are working tirelessly for the cause of HTFC.

UTT

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As we all reflect on the season recently finished and look forward to the 2014/15 season there is an important date to put in your diary.

Monday 2nd June at 7:45pm is the final Heavy Woollen meeting of 2013/14 & we welcome again chairman Dean Hoyle & previous HTFC chairman David Taylor.

It is always an interesting evening when Dean joins us as a guest and maybe more so now he has a bottomless tankard (presented to Dean during his last visit to Millbridge, following the successful resolution of the stadium shares situation).

We are also delighted to welcome David Taylor. A fantastic servant to HTFC over the years who has only missed 1 game (home & away) since the early 90’s.

The meeting (like all HTSA events) is open to all Town fans – however it’s only £5 to join for the full season. As well as discounted coach travel to away games we also have exclusive member discounts available with many local & national companies.

UTT

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Open evening on Monday 31 March
Huddersfield Town’s legendary Manager Herbert Chapman will be the focus of a special open evening at PPG Canalside on Monday 31 March.
The evening, which will begin at 7.30pm in the Radcliffe Suite, will be led by eminent football journalist and biographer Patrick Barclay, who has been the main football correspondent for the Times, Guardian/Observer, Telegraph and the Independent during his impressive career.
Barclay has recently written on Herbert titled ‘The Life And Times Of Herbert Chapman’, which documents the story of one of football’s most influential figures of all time – including his success at Huddersfield Town.
Attendees will have the chance to discuss Herbert and his fantastic achievements at the Club; he led Town to the first two of the famous ‘Thrice Championships’ during the 1920s before moving to Arsenal and repeating the feat there. Herbert’s nephew, Ken, is also expected to attend the evening, as is our local football editor, Mel Booth.
Fans will also be able to discuss the wider world of football with Patrick and his guests on the evening.
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