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10 April 2017

Club News


10 April 2017

Fans' panel meeting attended by Sean Jarvis & Ann Hough

- Latest ATT Voices Panel meeting at PPG Canalside
- ATT Voices Panel meeting in March 2017
- Fans’ panel meeting attended by Commercial Director Sean Jarvis, Operations Director Ann Hough & Head of Marketing and Communications David Threlfall-Sykes 

Details from the March 2017 meeting of the 'All Together Town' meeting have today been released

Nine members of the Voices Panel were in attendance as well as Huddersfield Town staff members, Club Ambassador Andy Booth, Supporter Partnerships Manager Robyn Deegan, Supporter Partnerships Executive Rachel Taylor and the Town Foundation’s Dean Grice

Independent Supporter Liaison Officer Nathan Hosker was also present. 
The meetings topics were Foundation, Season Cards, supporters’ behaviour at away matches and

Andy Booth opened the meeting by welcoming the Voices Panel.

Dean Grice was introduced to the Voices Panel. He advised he is currently advising the Club on a consultancy basis regarding the relaunch of the Town Foundation, which will bring together all the Community offerings of the Football Club under one umbrella. The relaunched Foundation will ensure that a Community programme serves all aspects of the area. Staff who had previously been employed by Huddersfield Community Trust had been transferred across to work for the Foundation.

Sean Jarvis gave a brief update with regards to 2017/18 Season Cards, with full details released on Thursday 6 April 2017. Sean asked for the support of the Voices Panel members to spread the word.

A Voices Panel member asked what the Club’s view was on the behaviour of a small minority of supporters at a number of away matches this season. The Club is working with the relevant authorities who have ongoing investigations into the matter.

The focus of the home match versus Burton Albion was ‘fans of the future’ and the Club asked for families with four generations to get in touch. HTSA kindly offered to promote through their social media.
Voices Panel member asked if the Club would consider looking at fireworks, pyro technics pre match with music. The Club would look at gaining supporter feedback on this.

David Threlfall-Sykes confirmed that the Club’s official website,, will be relaunched on 6 June 2017 and explained some of the rationale behind the new site, including the enhancement of the existing Town Player service.

The next meeting of the Voices Panel is scheduled to take place early in June 2017, which Mark Bradley from the Fan Experience Company has been invited to.

For full information on how the ‘All Together Town’ panel works, click here

The Club is always looking for supporters who want to get involved with ATT and help make a real difference. Should you wish to be part of the ATT Online panel and contribute and give feedback to surveys via email in the future, please email with your name, address, postcode, date of birth and client reference number and you will be added to the list.

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