Big night for local Rugby League fans.
Date published: 27 October 2021
A fans forum is taking place on 4th November.
Oldham Rugby League Club can confirm that a Fans' Forum will take place on Thursday of next week, November 4, 2021 at the Oldham Event Centre, Boundary Park, starting at 7.30pm.
Admission is free and the bar will be open.
Chairman Chris Hamilton will be joined by new Vice-Chairman John Roddy and new Head Coach Stuart Littler as club plans are outlined for 2022 and beyond.
Fans will have the opportunity to have their say.
Findings from a recent club survey will also be revealed and discussed.
Chris Hamilton said: "We hope lots of fans will attend. We are entering a time when the club needs everybody to pull together in the same direction and to do what they can to help to move the club forward."
John Roddy added: "With the current uncertainty regarding both funding and league structure for the 2022 season, it is vital that together we identify how we can improve awareness of Oldham RLFC within the community.
"That will hopefully improve fan engagement, attract additional support and entice former supporters back to the club.
"We are looking to have fully transparent discussion with supporters in regard to the club's immediate and long-term planning.
"Following the presentation, and the feedback it produces, we will then hold a meeting with key partners who are associated to the club to ensure that we are all working in the same direction and with one goal."
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