Brentford recently released plans for a stadium redesign. The redesign has caused some concern amongst fans – in particular with regards the self-sustainability of the club going forward.
With so many questions floating around after the annuncepet, Beesotted, BIAS, Bees United and the Griffin Park Grapevine felt it would be beneficial to pull a fans forum together with a number of members of the club present where supporters are able to ask questions about the Lionel Road stadium development. At the same time, the club will get the opportunity to let the fans know their reasonings for the changes.
The forum will start at 12.30pm on Saturday 26th August and will finish at 2pm. Please arrive early for a prompt start.
In attendance from the club will be Cliff Crown, Mark Devlin, Donald Kerr (Bees United) plus other guests to be confirmed.
As you are probably aware if you have been to our Beesotted events, Fullers’ have been fantastic in sorting out Brentford fans with drink offers which have only helped to make our events go very merrily …
Thanks to our friends at Fullers’ Brewery, we (as in Beesotted, BIAS, BU and GPG) are able to offer refreshments to fans in attendance of this Forum. The 1st 100 registered fans who check in at the venue, will receive a London Pride refreshment to tuck into during the event
In addition, Fullers’ have given us vouchers to be given out to the first 100 registered fans who arrive at the forum. These vouchers can be exchanged for a free pint of London Pride or London Pride Unfiltered at the following pubs:
The Princess Royal
The Plough, Northfields
The Bell and Crown, Strand on the Green
The Rose and Crown, South Ealing
One Over The Ait, Kew Bridge
Many thanks to Fullers’ and London Pride for their continuing support of Brentford fan events
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