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RIP Brian Lomax

It was with sadness that we learnt today of the death of Brian Lomax a founding father of the Supporters Trust Movement. Brian provided significant support and assistance to QPR1st during its formation and particularly in its early years and

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Pub information for Brentford Game

The information below has been provided by the Football Officer for Brentford in relation to Friday nights game. O’Riordans:- Will accept both home and away fans. They are open for business as usual during and post match. New Inn:- Entry

Posted in Community, QPR1st

Twentys Plenty

QPR and Bolton supporters came together before Saturday’s game at Loftus Road to back the Football Supporters’ Federation “Twenty’s Plenty” weekend of action calling for lower ticket prices. The banner was also displayed inside the ground at the front of the South

Posted in Community, QPR1st

Consultation Committee minutes

Stephen Dedridge and Neil Jackson from QPR1st Supporters Trust were invited to attend the first meeting of a Fans Consultation Committee. The meeting seemed to be very positive and constructive and we hope sets the tone for future meetings. Click

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Twenty’s Plenty Weekend of Action

The Football Supporters’ Federation “Twenty’s Plenty” weekend of action calling for lower ticket prices, takes place on Saturday and Sunday with activity at games throughout the leagues.  And we will be able to get behind the banner of the campaign before the Bolton game.  QPR

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Fan coalition backs Information Commissioner’s demand to publish full terms of Olympic Stadium deal

Supporters’ trusts’ campaign results in successful Freedom of Information request A coalition of 14 supporters’ trusts – including QPR1st – seeking clarity on the Olympic Stadium deal with West Ham United FC have called on London Mayor Boris Johnson and

Posted in Community, QPR1st

Warren Farm still progessing according to Lee Hoos

At a meeting on Thursday Lee Hoos confirmed that the club is still intending to push ahead with plans for a new training complex at Warren Farm and that rumours that the club was dropping the project were untrue.

Posted in Community, QPR1st

Government response to Olympic Stadium Petition

Government response to Olympic Stadium petition “wholly inadequate”, say supporters’ group The Government’s response to calls for a public inquiry into the deal between the London Legacy Development Corporation and West Ham United for the rental of the Olympic Stadium

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Club Crest survey

The long-awaited consultation on a new crest for QPR is now underway.  The club has published a survey and is inviting supporters to give their views. Closing date for the survey is 28 August.  See the survey here

Posted in Community, QPR1st

QPR 2nd worst run club according to Telegraph article

QPR1st Supporters’ Trust notes that the Daily Telegraph has named QPR in a top ten of badly run clubs.  This can’t be a surprise as it is based on the extraordinary £135 million plus debt built up by the club

Posted in Boardroom, QPR1st

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