Annual meeting at Cheddar

PUBLISHED: 09:45 24 June 2016 | UPDATED: 09:45 24 June 2016

Cheddar Football Club is holding its annual meeting in the clubhouse on July 4.

Cheddar Football Club’s annual meeting is to take place on July 4, starting promptly at 7pm, in the clubhouse.

The current club chairman, Simon Brooks has advised that he is to stand down at the meeting.

Any individual who wishes to register his or her interest in any of the club officer positions should do so in writing direct to the club secretary, by directing their correspondence c/o Cheddar FC, no later than June 27.

Envelopes should be marked confidential and marked for the attention of the club secretary.

For any further information, please contact the club secretary by e-mail

Cheddar have continued their pre-season arrangements and will play Somerset Premier League side Nailsea and Tickenham on August 2, at a time to be confirmed.

The club is currently arranging a sixth pre-season game which is also expected to be away from home, on July 15.

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