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Shop Online and Raise Money!

Have you heard about easyfundraising yet? It’s the easiest way to help raise money for Wealdstone! If you already shop online with retailers such as Amazon, M&S, Argos, John Lewis, Comet, Vodafone, eBay, Boden and Play.com, then we need you to sign up for free to raise money while you shop!
 
So how does it work?

You shop directly with the retailer as you would normally, but if you sign up to http://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/fowfc for free and use the links on the easyfundraising site to take you to the retailer, then a percentage of whatever you spend comes directly to us at no extra cost to yourself. 

How much can you raise?

Spend £100 with M&S online or Amazon and you raise £2.50 for us. £100 with WH Smith puts £2.00 in our pocket and so on.  There's over 2,000 retailers on their site, and some of the donations can be as much as 15% of your purchase.
 
Save money too!

easyfundraising is FREE to use plus you'll get access to hundreds of exclusive discounts and voucher codes, so not only will you be helping us, you’ll be saving money yourself.

We've raised hundreds with easyfundraising so far but we need your help to keep donations coming in. Sign up at http://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/fowfc and start making a difference...simply by shopping.
 
Thanks!

Search The Web And Raise Funds From Our Homepage!

We’ve added a great new facility to our website so that you can help us raise funds whenever you visit our site.

You’ll now find a brand new easysearch search box on our homepage.  It works just like our easysearch page - http://fowfc.easysearch.org.uk - so when you use it to search the Web, you'll raise funds for us!

What’s more, because easysearch uses innovative search technology to combine the strengths of several major search providers together - Yahoo! Ask.com, Bing and more - it brings you the best, most accurate search results on the Web, in one ‘easy’ search. 

So, if you want to find top quality search results AND raise funds for us, visit our easysearch page at http://fowfc.easysearch.org.uk OR log on to our website at https://www.wfcmegastore.co.uk/ and search via the easysearch box on our homepage.

http://fowfc.easysearch.org.uk combines the results of several search engines such as Yahoo!, Bing and Ask to ensure you can always find what you’re looking for. But the fantastic thing is that EVERY TIME you search, half a penny is raised for Friends of Wealdstone FC. Search just 15 times a day and you can raise around £25 a year for us.

See what people are saying about easysearch

"easysearch is a great idea and just as good as Google for the results! I’ve recommended it to my friends and I think this site is the best around as it does something for people. Well done!"

"What a fantastic idea! I was using Google anyway but this way I get to raise money for my good cause every time I search…brilliant! I’ve made easysearch my homepage!"

So the next time you need to find something online, please use http://fowfc.easysearch.org.uk and raise money for Friends of Wealdstone FC with every search you make.

The Wealdstone F.C. Supporters Club’s most consistent means of raising funds for, and the profile of, Wealdstone has been through its club shop.

During the 1970's and 1980's at Lower Mead Stadium, the Wealdstone FMerchandise at the Megastore.C. Club Shop, run by Toby Jackson was the envy of most non-league clubs in the country.   In recent times, the club had to survive for some time without a shop.  

A fire destroyed a previous club shop when we ground shared with Edgware F.C.    Problems with vandalism when we were based at Northwood F.C. meant the club shop there lasted for only three days!

Therefore the club missed out on this vital resource.

Following a Supporters Club AGM in November 2008, two supporters came forward, Adam Edwards and Mark Randall offering their services to establish a club shop and approval was given to begin again.   A site at “The Vale” was secured and within a couple of weeks, transformed into a new, fully-stocked club shop.Beautiful and stylish... kits

The “Megastore” opened for business in December 2008 and since then has gone from strength to strength raising valuable income for the Supporters Club by selling a wide variety of souvenirs.   In August 2013, the "Megastore" moved to a new larger location within the ground situated on the half-way line behind the players dugouts, allowing much more merchandise to be displayed. It is open on match days both before and after the match and during the half-time interval.

From August 2010, our stock has been available 24/7 from the new ONLINE Megastore, raising vital funds for the club and ensuring you “Wear Your Colours”.

Now, we believe our shop is not only matching the glory days of its past, but going global by offering a wide range of merchandise, souvenirs, replica kits and football programmes across the internet!

Chairman

David AlbertFirst started supporting the Stones in 1974. Joined the Supporters Club committee in 1987 and became Chairman in July 2007. Owns a bespoke travel company called \"Albert International Travel\" specialising in tailor made groups and individual travel in the U.K. and all over the world. Married to Essie with two children, Daniella (aged 21) and Benji (aged 18).

Email: Chairman@wfcsc.co.uk

President

Nick DugardDate of Birth: I'm so old I have forgotten - Like many others, Nick started supporting the Stones in 1974 in the 'George Duck Golden Era' and fell in love with the late and very much lamented Lower Mead.

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Miriam GoodmanStarted watching the Stones in April/May 1971 on the occasion of the last amateur home match and have been hooked ever since. Used to only go to home matches and the occasional away cup matches such as Leatherhead, Hereford, Reading, Swindon, Aldershot, QPR and Wembley. Nowadays I rarely miss a match either home or away.

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Wealdstone FC Supporters Club is proud to list the roll of names of its Life Members.

Dan ABRAHAM

John AKESTER

David ALBERT 

Jeremy ALBERT 

Martin ALLEN 

Chris ANDREWS

Alyson ANGELIDES

Robert AUNINS

Sue BALL

John BANKS

Mark BANKS

George BARTON

Mark BARTON

James BARTRICK

Andy BENNETT

Michael BENNETT

Barry BENVENISTE

Naomi BENVENISTE

Errol BLYTH

Roger BRADBURN

Colin BUNNER

David BURGESS-ALLEN

Dave BURT

Peter CATHARINE

Steve CHARLTON

Graham CLARK

Mark CONBOY

Ray CORNER

Alan COUCH

Don CROSS

Lee CROSS

Jeanette DALTON

Seth DALTON

Trevor DAVIES

Kenneth DAVIS

John DIGNUM

Terry DOLMAN

Peter DREW

Tony DREW

Bob DUGARD

Nick DUGARD

Adam EDWARDS

David EDWARDS

Guy EDWARDS

Peter EDWARDS

Stephen EDWARDS

Kevin FACER

John FAIRMAN

Tony FARMBOROUGH

Mick FISHMAN

Christine FLETCHER

Steve FOSTER

Mark FOWLER

Quentin FOX

Terence FRISCH

Paul FRUIN

Mike GALLAGHER

Daniel GLOOR

George GOODMAN

James GOODMAN

Katie GOODMAN

Miriam GOODMAN

Derek GOSS

Timothy GREEN

Terry GRIDLEY

Thomas GUY

Bob HALL

Edmond HALL

John HANCOCK

Kevin HARDING

Rob HARRIES

Jordan HARRIS

John HARVEY

Paul HARVEY

Richard HAYWARD

Steve HIBBARD

Alan HILL

Adam HILLS

Terry HISSEY

Mark HOBBS

Paul HOLDEN

John HOOLAN

Mark HORROD

Steve HUMPHRYES

Mark HYDE

Mick IVERS

Kevin JACKMAN

Toby JACKSON

James JOHNSON

David JONES

Graham JONES

Martin KAISER

Michael KANE

Brian KELLY

Ray KEMP

Deanna KENDRICK

Jerry KENDRICK

Sateesh KHANNA

James KLARFELD

Victor KLARFELD

Howard KRAIS

Syl KNIGHT

Martin LACEY

Warren LADD

Andrew LANE

Neil LANGFORD

Shaun LAWSON

Clive LEAPER

David LEIGH

Darren LINDEN

Sacha LOBAN

Jo LUFF

Helen MAIN

Ellie MARSHALL

Steve MARSHALL

Thomas MARSHALL

Robert MATTHEWS

Denis McCARTHY

Marilyn McDONALD

Mark McMANUS

David MITCHELL

Pamela MITCHELL

Ron MOORE

Patrick MURPHY

Philip MURRAY

Paul OATES

Paul O\'BRIEN

Rob OKE

Patrick O\'NEILL

Barry O\'SULLIVAN

John O'SULLIVAN

Alan PALMER

Keith PALMER

Dave PARISH

Layne PATTERSON

Alan PHAIR

Robert PLATT

Steve POOLE

Paul POTTINGER

Michael PULLIN

Mark RANDALL

Neil RANDS

Sarin RAWAL

Sudhir RAWAL

Martin READ

Dave READER

Barbara ROBSON

Shane ROTHWELL

Paul RUMENS

Paul RYAN

Andy SALISBURY

Rob SAVILLE

Pat SCANNELL

David SEAWARD

Anthony SHORT

Roger SLATER

Dan SMART

Gary SMITH

Jim SORRELL

Trevor SPENCER

Leslie J STANTON

Terry STERN

Dave STEVENS

Keith STONESTREET

Nick SYMMONS

Mat TARRANT

Matthew THOMPSON

Neil TOBIN

Derek TOMLIN

Matteo TONNA

Duncan TOWELL

Phillip TRICKER

Pete TYMON

Michael VINCENT

Joan WALLER

Tony WALLER

David WEBSTER

Mike WESTON

Craig WHITEHEAD

Steve WHITTLE

Steve WICKS

Graham WILD

Stefan WILENCZYC

Robin J. WILLIAMS

Matthew WILSON

Nick WOOLFORD

Bruce WORBY

Drew WORBY

Matthew WORBY

Pauline WORBY

Peter WORBY

Steve WRIGHT

Nick YOUNG

 

 

Which calendar applications are supported?

Any calendar that works with iCal (.ics) or XML format. See instructions below for setting up your Outlook, Apple iCal, iPhone, Thunderbird or Sunbird and Google Calendar.

Subscribe to Fixtures Calendar feed

What is the difference between "download" and "subscribe"?

Download is a one-off import of the fixtures. If the fixtures change, you will need to download the calendar file again to update your data.

If you subscribe to the calendar feed, your calendar application will sync the fixture dates and kick-off times automatically without  the need for a manual update so you will always have the latest information.
(Subscribe option is not available in Outlook 2002/2003).

How do I subscribe to this calendar?

Outlook users

Outlook 2007
  1. Go to Tools > Account Settings.
  2. Choose Internet Calendars tab.
  3. Click "New..." and paste the following URL into the location field and click Add.
  4. https://www.google.com/calendar/ical/nieos52jcm302uo2psmmnip1fg%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic.ics
  5. Your calendar will pick up any updates to our Fixture list automatically.
Outlook 2002/2003
  1. If you are using Outlook 2002/2003, you'll need to save this file to your PC.
  2. Right click this link and select "Save Target As..." to save the file.
  3. In your Outlook, select File > Import menu
  4. Choose import an iCalendar or vCalendar file and select the downloaded file.
  5. This is a one-off import, and in the event of fixture changes you will need to update your calendar manually or re-import the file from our website.

iCal / iPhone users

  1. Open iCal, right-click the left column where your calendar list appears
  2. Select "Subscribe" from the options menu
  3. Paste the following URL in the "Subscribe to" field:
    https://www.google.com/calendar/ical/nieos52jcm302uo2psmmnip1fg%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic.ics
  4. Select Autorefresh: Every hour to get fixture changes delivered automatically

How do I get the Fixtures Calendar onto my iPhone?

  1. Once you've added the Fixture calendar to your iCal, set up your iPhone to sync with the new calendar.
  2. Start iTunes and connect your iPhone to the computer
  3. Select your iPhone under Devices and click the Info tab
  4. Under Calendars, make sure you select All Calendars or tick the option to sync the Fixtures calendar

Sunbird / Thunderbird users

  1. Open up your Thunderbird or Sunbird program
  2. Choose the menu option "File > New > Calendar..."
  3. Select the "on the Network" option and lick Next
  4. Choose iCalendar (ICS) format and paste the following URL into the Location field:
    https://www.google.com/calendar/ical/nieos52jcm302uo2psmmnip1fg%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic.ics
  5. Follow prompts to complete your calendar setup

Google Calendar

  1. Open your Google Calendar
  2. Click "Add" at the bottom of the left-hand side column of the page
  3. Select "Add by URL" option from the menu and paste this URL in the calendar address field: https://www.google.com/calendar/ical/nieos52jcm302uo2psmmnip1fg%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic.ics

Other Calendars

Mobile Sync

Your can use Google Sync to synchronise your mobile device with our Fixtures Calendar.

Google Sync for Mobile is available for most mobile phones. On iPhone, Blackberry and Windows Mobile devices Google Sync enables over-the-air synchronization of Google Calendar to the built-in Calendar on your phone. On most other mobile phones, Google Sync enables wireless synchronization of Google Contacts to the built-in Address Book application.

Note: Google Sync is Beta software. Keep this in mind when setting up and using Google Sync. Make sure to read about the known limitations of Google Sync on your device.

Read more about Google Sync

Troubleshooting

My calendar is displaying incorrect Kick-Off times

Please make sure your calendar is set to the correct time zone. Kick-Off times will be converted to your time zone after import.

If you calendar does not support timezone conversion, this might result in incorrect time display.

When I click the link to download the calendar in Internet Explorer, it get this error message: "Internet Explorer cannot download basic.ics from www.google.com"

Instead of clicking the link with your left mouse button, right-click it and select "Save Target As...". This will allow you to save the file.

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A goal from Richard Jolly saw Wealdstone seal a vital three points on Monday night as they look to keep in touch with the playoffs.Stones v Met Police (WFC/S Foster)

Following on from Saturday’s  FA Trophy exit, Stones needed to get back to winning ways and they did that in fine fashion against a strong Met Police side who will no doubt be in the mix at the end of the season.

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A selection of videos migrated from the "old" website and a link to more on YouTube.   Further videos (and other multimedia files) will be loaded here or available via the WfcMegastore.

Stones Videos on  YouTube

Stones Videos (from "old" site)

The Jock Law Trophy is a trophy presented to a Wealdstone player who has received the highest number of votes in a ballot by members of the Supporters Clu2013/14 Jock Law Trophy winner, Tom Pettb who they consider to have consistently shown good form throughout the season. It is presented at the end of every football season and was first awarded in the 1969-70 season to goalkeeper, Andy Williams.

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Each season, members of the Supporters\' Club Committee decide who is to receive the \"Supporter of the Year\" trophy.Supporter of the Year, Mark Hyde (c S Foster/WFC)

This is awarded to the supporter or supporters who, even within a club fortunate enough to have a large band of willing volunteers, has gone \"that extra mile\".

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At each Awards Night, a prestigious \\\\\\\"Chairmans Award\\\\\\\" is presented.

The Chairman of the Supporters\\\\\\\' Club and the Chairman of the main Football Club co-decide the recipient from within the entire Wealdstone FC community.

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