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Fanspiration: do you need to see Dr Robins?

This is a story from the SD archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.

The Robins Trust will be holding a regular ‘Saturday Surgery’ before each home match.

The new idea has been created to allow supporters to approach members of the organisation to discuss any Club or Trust related issues that they may have, enabling more supporters to be represented.

This initiative is a great example of how to make sure the trust is visible to as many supporters as possible.

To read more about the Robins Trust click here and if you are carrying out an initiative similar to the above please send us some information on it.

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