THE BOURNEMOUTH & DISTRICT RECREATIONAL CHARITY STATEMENT TO STAFF AND SECTIONS

 

 

Following the statement made by the Trustees in May 2018, the Trustees have been in contact with Cowling & West, chartered surveyors, and Lester Aldridge LLP, solicitors, to create an Expression of Interest brochure to be sent to all interested parties in relation to the acquisition of the Bournemouth Sports Club site.

 

Over the next four weeks, we anticipate numerous parties to confirm their expression of interest, as well as other parties that have not previously contacted us. Cowling & West will be managing this process for us, and as such any communication in this matter should be directed to them.

 

In this brochure, the Trustees “red lines” have been highlighted as they continue to stress the importance of their unanimous belief that that any deal done to secure the long term future of the Club must include the preservation of the current playing facilities available to all sections, and if possible their improvement. In addition, the Trustees are mindful of the need to preserve, where possible, the employment and conditions of all members of staff. At this time, the Trustees are looking for interest in the whole site, not for parts of the site.

 

The Trustees want to reiterate their message of “business as usual” and continue to thank the sections and staff for their continued support.

 

 

Tony Barrow Chairman July 2018

 

 

 

 

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