Work parties

Stadium Work Parties at SJP, 1-2 July 2017

Trust volunteers, Clive Davis and Martin Lawrence, helping to paint the Big Bank gates

To prepare St James Park for the 2017/18 football season the club is hosting a weekend of ‘scrape, paint, wash and scrub’ within the stadium on Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 July 2017. Supporters are invited to come along and join stadium manager Mark Latham to help spruce up the stadium in readiness for next [...]

 

National Volunteers Week: Volunteering Opportunities at ECFC

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Volunteering opportunities at ECFC If you have been inspired by our Grecian Volunteer stories over the last few days for National Volunteers Week 2017, there are several opportunities available to get involved. Everyone is welcome and we are sure we can find a role to match your skills. You can get in touch via reception@ecfc.co.uk [...]

 

Work Parties at SJP this summer

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To prepare St James Park for the 2017/18 football season the club is hosting a weekend of ‘scrape, paint, wash and scrub’ within the stadium on Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 July 2017. Supporters are invited to come along and join stadium manager Mark Latham to help spruce up the stadium in readiness for next [...]

 

Volunteers Party 2016

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The Exeter City first team players and staff were given the chance to thank volunteers for their help at a party after Saturday’s 0-0 draw Grimsby Town. The event, which was organised by the club and the Supporters’ Trust, took place in the Paramount Personnel Lounge with more than 60 people in attendance. Supporters’ Trust [...]

 

Volunteer Thank You Party 2016 (update)

A group of Grecian volunteers at SJP last season

(Updated 07/10/2016) Exeter City Football Club deeply appreciates the fans who assist club staff by working voluntarily on a huge array of jobs. These are as diverse as stadium cleaning and maintenance, ticketing, and even preparing the players’ meals and washing their kit. Last year there was the added task of dealing with literally thousands [...]

 

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