John Mann A different kind of MP
There are several ways to contact John:
By telephone: 01909 506 200
By fax: 01909 532 447
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By post: John Mann MP, Stanley Street, Worksop, Notts. S81 7HX
When you contact John, please ensure that you include your own contact details including your postal address.
Worksop Town are the world’s 4th oldest Football club and they need your help.
You may or may not be aware that their sole financial backer recently walked away from the club and as it stands they are debt free but currently have zero money in the bank.
Worksop Town are now planning for the future, a new future where they are self-sufficient, run by you the supporters and local businesses of Worksop. A local club for you, run by you!
Over the last few weeks supporters of Worksop have come together and started a ‘Team 500 Club’, which will keep the club going for the coming years and make them self-sufficient.
It costs £200 to join (it can be paid in installments if it’s paid up before September) and you will become a founding member of the 500 Club with your name forever edged into their history because you will have helped save our football club.
Not only this, but you will receive a season ticket, a signed team photo, become part of the roll of honour on their website, fans forum and the local paper, as well as receive discounts from the companies involved in the 500 Club (they aim to get a very large number of companies involved offering very good discounts on their products to other 500 Club members and many have stepped forward already).
If you are unable to join the 500 Club, any donations no matter how big or small will be very grateful received by the Worksop Town Supporters Society.
You can pay via, cash, bank transfer or cheque (Please make cheques payable to Worksop Town Supporters Society ltd and send them to 121 Valley road, Worksop, S81 7EG)
For more information and to download application and donation forms, visit the link below which will take you to the Worksop Town Supporters society website.
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