With the club’s motto of ‘Achieve by Unity’, much of the work carried out at Huish Park wouldn’t be possible without the support and help from a number of unsung heroes.
In a series of thanks, the Town boss first met and thanked Disabled Supporters Association Chairman Mike Rowsell, whose work has been relentless in providing the best possible matchday experience for the Glovers disabled supporters, as well as organising away travel and other social events for the DSA’s members.
With the DSA also a part of the Achieve by Unity Supporters Consortium, Mike has worked tirelessly with the football club to pass on and represent the views of the fan base.
With more unsung heroes to be thanked next week in the build-up to Town’s final game of the season, the Yeovil boss has also spent time with two dedicated gardeners who maintain the Glovers Garden of Remembrance.
Maria Cosgrove (right) and Anita Stabbins (left) have been tending to the garden for the last five years, keeping the site as a sanctuary for fans and the public to remember those with close links to the football club who are sadly no longer with us.
On behalf of everyone at Yeovil Town Football Club, thanks to Mike (and the entire DSA), Maria and Anita for their commitment and hard work.