Any regulars to this site will have noticed we’ve been banging on about Fans’ Parliament for quite a while now. That’s because it’ll be great. As well as giving you the chance to help set the FSF’s campaign strategy for the next year it’ll also be a cracking weekend – we’ve got absolutely loads lined up.
Fans’ Parliament (Newcastle’s Live Theatre, June 20th, 10am-5.30pm) is free of charge and open to members and non-members. Come along and see what we’re all about.
We could try and cover everything about Fans’ Parliament in one news item, but that’d be pretty difficult, so why not visit our Guide to Fans’ Parliament 2009. Everything you could possibly need to know (we hope!) is in there but if we had to highlight a few things:
- Registration is required! It’s free but please do register.
- FRIDAY 19TH – Pub crawl! The ideal opportunity to get to know your FSF comrades.
- SATURDAY 20TH (EVENING) – FSF talk-in, our ex-pros vs journos quiz which is also taking place at the Live Theatre from 7pm onwards. After a day debating the key issues at Fans’ Parliament, we’re sure a few beers and belly laughs will go down a treat. So come along. Again, it’s a free event but registration is required. The line-up will be confirmed very soon, it’s looking good.
- SUNDAY 21ST – Those nursing a monster hangover are welcome to take it easy with a leisurely stroll around the Quayside but people with a little more energy might want to check out our five-a-side tournament. Entry is free – click here for more information on the FSF’s five-a-side tournament.
Lastly we’d like to remind all members that the FSF elections are fast approaching (voting takes place at Fans’ Parliament) and all National Council candidates have put forward their election statements. These can be viewed in the members’ area of the FSF website. The members’ area also features the most recent financial and motions information.
If you have any difficulty accessing the members area try the ‘Forgotten your password? Click here’ button. This will automatically email you your password. If all else fails the FSF’s office will do our best to help on 08702 777 777.