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Letter to the President of the FA

His Royal Highness, Prince William, The Duke of Cambridge  President of The Football Association Wembley Stadium PO Box 1966 London SW1P 9EQ   April 4th 2022   Your Royal Highness,   As an urgency, we respectfully write to you in your role as the President of The English Football Association but also as an environmentalist and humanitarian.   Last week we, Staines Town Football Club, (STFC), who play our home matches at Wheatsheaf Park, Staines, sent our urgent Club statement to The Football Association (The FA) – in regard of extremely serious matters regarding the London based investment fund, Downing LLP,
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Urgent Club Statement

Staines Town Football Club (STFC) regrets to announce that pursuant to third party breaches of Section 54 of The Modern Slavery Act 2015 and other information that has come to light, we are forced to temporarily suspend all primary operations including but not limited to competitive fixtures, until a thorough investigation into the practices of Downing LLP has been concluded by the relevant authorities.   In the first instance, STFC has an obligation under The Modern Slavery Act 2015 to ensure that our business and supply chains are free from human trafficking and slavery. Our actions, as a full member
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STAINES TOWN FC NEEDS YOUR HELP !!

Staines Town Football Club is urgently looking to expand its volunteer base, with the emphasis on matchday staffing.  We have openings for helpers in all sorts of capacities, including: Matchday control and stewarding Kit Co-ordinator First Aiders and Spotters Hospitality and hosts / hostesses Clerical and secretarial assistance Training back-ups to existing posts such as gate operators and PA announcer These are all volunteer posts, but we can offer free admission to games, branded jackets to those in public-facing roles, and acknowledgement in Club publications.   Anyone who feels they can give some time in support of Staines Town FC
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Swan But Not Forgotten! Jacob Adams

Next in our series of interviews with former Swans, The Staines Town Media team caught up with Jacob Adams to chat about his career so far.   How did you get started in football? My family are huge on football. My dad used to play semi-professional football for Braintree and other clubs in Essex when he was younger, and me and my brother have been playing since we could walk. Football is massive in my family – we used to go and watch Spurs for years as my family had season tickets for over 12 years. Upon breaking into senior
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Swan But Not Forgotten! Tommy Brewer

SWAN BUT NOT FORGOTTEN – TOMMY BREWER As part of a brand-new series of interviews with former Swans, the Staines Town media team caught up with former skipper Tommy Brewer to chat about his career.   You started out in non-league at Bedfont Town in 2011, but how did you get into the game to start with? I’d always played football from young, and probably at the age of 6 I played under 8s. My dad was the main reason I got into it. You joined Staines in 2014 from Hampton & Richmond Borough, how did the move come about and
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