Bees United representative stands down

Due to the amount of time Alan Bird is spending on executive matters at the Football Club, he has decided to stand down from his role as a Bees United nominee on the board of the Football Club with immediate effect.
 
The Bees United board is very appreciative of all the support Alan has shown the Supporters’ Trust, and is pleased he is continuing in his executive role and on the board of the Football Club.

Become our 2,000th member – and win a handsome prize!

Bees United is offering a great prize to its 2,000th member. The lucky Bees fan will win two hospitality packages at the Brentford home match of his or her choice.

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PayPal facility restored

We have restored the PayPal facility on this website for the added convenience of Bees fans who are not already members, or those who wish to use it to renew their subscriptions.

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Membership drive bears early fruit

Bees United’s membership is getting closer to the elusive 2,000 mark as a result of the membership drive started with the leaflet handouts and programme insert at the Leeds United game before Christmas.

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Lionel Road update

 

As part of our commitment to keep supporters informed the team working on the Lionel Road project for Brentford Football Club has provided the following progress report:

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Griffin Park Stadium Limited AGM announced

 

Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of Griffin Park Stadium Limited will be held at Griffin Park, Braemar Road, Middlesex on Tuesday, 5th January 2010 at 7.00pm for the following purpose:

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Can you help Bees United?

Bees United are arranging for leaflets to be distributed at the three forthcoming fixtures – against Leeds United this Saturday; Charlton Athletic after Christmas and the Doncaster FA Cup tie in the New Year.

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Three board directors approved

 

Three new board members were approved at Bees United’s ninth annual general meeting (AGM) last Thursday.

Bees United loans reach £2.5 million

Since Bees United was formed eight years ago it has raised nearly £460,000 from its members and general fundraising to support Brentford Football Club with loans. Of this figure, just over £50,000 was provided last year.

New loan-note representative appointed

Attention all loan-note holders. The Bees United board needs to appoint a new loan-note representative.

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