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Reds keen to keep their fans in the loop PDF Print E-mail
Written by John Walsh   
Wednesday, 04 November 2020

reds logo.pngWorkington AFC have announced new procedures to help their supporters stay in contact with the club during the new lockdown.

The board of directors were joined today by manager Danny Grainger, to discuss all aspects of the club’s activities during this period.

This was a wide-spread discussion, including players’ fitness during the planned month break to essential ground maintenance with safety as the club’s priority.

Director Dave Bowden explained: “One of our key thoughts was to ensure that communication with our supporters was maintained in some form. 

“With that in mind we have set up the following procedures.

“Anyone wishing to contact the club can either do so by email: ‘ This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ’ or by telephone ‘01900 602871.’

“Our club shop and office at Borough Park will not be open – in line with government guidelines – but anyone who wishes to purchase our popular centenary shirt, or other merchandise, can do so via our online shop at ‘’


“Alternatively, you can contact us with your name, phone number and requirement and we will ring back, within two to three days, to ensure you receive the goods quickly and safely.

“We have enjoyed the interaction with all our fans at the club office since the implementation of our new ticketing process, and we hope that these procedures will ensure we can maintain contact and satisfy any demand for club merchandise etc.

“We hope that all our fans, and their families stay safe during the next few weeks, and we look forward to resuming our challenge for promotion when the season eventually re-starts.

“In the meantime, we will be working on some exiting initiatives which we hope we can launch in time for Christmas – so watch this space!”

The one good point for Reds going into the enforced break as it will give time for injured players like Scott Allison, Reuben Jerome, Jordan Little and Robbie Hebson time to recover.

While the rest will also be useful to Brad Hubbold, Brad Carroll and Sam Smith who have been playing when not 100%.

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