Stones swoop to sign prolific striker Josh Hutchinson from Scholars

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Stones swoop to sign prolific striker Josh Hutchinson from Scholars Wealdstone are hoping that they have found another gem in Potters Bar Town striker Josh Hutchinson, the same club that delivered up Tom Pett who has moved up to the pro game with Stevenage via a hugely successful period with the Stones. The prolific striker found the net 32 times for the Southern League outfit last season and will be a very valuable addition to Gordon Bartlett’s plans for the coming campaign. Josh has played previously at National League South level for Billericay Town and has also appeared for Cheshunt.  
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Ruislip Fun Day – Saturday, 4th July 2015

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Ruislip Fun Day – Saturday 4th July 2015   We hope that as many of you as possible will come and visit the Wealdstone stand and experience our ‘one club’ approach. Representatives from the Club, WFC Supporters Club, Wealdstone Youth FC and Ladies Teams will all be present promoting both their own activities and those of the Club.   We will be looking to entertain existing fans and attract new supporters – from young children and teenagers to adults and families.   The Wealdstone Stand will be along Ruislip Manor High Street, on the corner of Shenley Avenue, from 11am until 5pm. So there will be plenty of time to enter one of our competitions and take part in the many events going on - with chances to win some…
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Commercial & Marketing Update – June 2015

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Commercial and Marketing Update – June 2015   Now we’ve been at the Club for a few weeks, we, in the new commercial and marketing teams, are keen to start establishing regular updates on our activities, plans and progress. Every month, we will round up our past activities and current plans through the website and match day programme.   Firstly, at this point it may be a good idea to introduce myself. I am Mark Winkworth, a life-long supporter of the Stones. Some of my best times have been enjoyed following and watching the team. My love affair started when my father, who worked for Kodak, took me with his workmates in the late 1960\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s. I was ten years of age when the club turned semi-professional, sixteen when we beat Hereford United and Reading in the FA Cup, and twenty-two when we…
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Stones Supporters invited to become a 12th Stone

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Stones supporters invited to become a ‘12th Stone’    Wealdstone FC have announced that they are inviting all supporters to a series of meetings over the coming weeks to launch its new ‘12th Stone’ fundraising scheme.   The meetings will provide a briefing of this important scheme and supporterswill be provided with updates from the new commercial and marketing team, members of the Board and Stones Manager Gordon Bartlett.   Email and public Invites will be sent out progressively during June and Julyadvising supporters of dates to attend the meetings at Ruislip Social Club.     This series of events follows Chairman Howard Krais’ message to supporters last month that the club needs to continue to move forward with its ambitions and up its game in terms of bringing income into the Club.    If the Stones are to play competitively in the National League South and attract high quality players then it needs…
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Wealdstone FC Launch Community Pilots

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WEALDSTONE FOOTBALL CLUB LAUNCH COMMUNITY PILOTS The newly formed Wealdstone Foundation Trust today announced details of two pilot projects they will be running as a part of their work in the community. The Ruislip based club has been increasingly active in recent years in reaching out to the community at large to spread the benefits of football and how a locally based club can assist in improving people’s quality of life. The football club is already deeply involved in developing local youth football through its links with Stanmore College, who run several sides under the Wealdstone banner, and the Wealdstone FC Youth section that run 32 teams for 6 to 18 year olds. There are also Wealdstone ladies teams now firmly established as part of the Stones organisation. Its associated…
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Player News – Update

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Player News - Update   Player activity and developments have been increasing at Wealdstone over the past week as we move deeper into the close season and remarkably get ready for the start of pre-season training, which is just days away.   We are pleased to announce two further player signings this week:   Ryan Hope – 20 year old Ryan is a central midfielder who has come through the Watford Academy and has appeared for Boreham Wood in the Vanarama National League South. Ryan spent a short period with Stones last year before joining Wood.   Oliver Duffy – a highly promising young defender has been signed from Hanwell Town   We are delighted to confirm that Scott McGleish is appointed as first team coach while continuing as a…
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Player Updates

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Player Updates We are delighted to announce the signing of Striker Bradley Hudson-Odoi from Metropolitan Police FC.  Bradley has been tracked by Wealdstone Manager Gordon Bartlett for some time and will be a very valuable addition to the squad.  He has International experience with Ghana and has also played for Hereford United and Grays Athletic whilst that club was playing in the Conference National.  Twenty six year old Bradley also has experience of playing in Europe. Pic: http://d2dzjyo4yc2sta.cloudfront.net/?url=images.pitchero.com%2Fui%2F663893%2F1407953817_0.jpg&w=250&h=250&t=square&q=85 Highly rated Defender/Midfielder Josh Urquhart has signed from Ryman League side Harlow Town who just missed out on promotion to Premier status last season.  Josh has previously played for St. Albans City and Northwood. Pic: http://d2dzjyo4yc2sta.cloudfront.net/?url=images.pitchero.com%2Fui%2F133492%2F1383596588_0.jpg&w=720&t=fit&q=85 Scott Davies signs new contract We are very pleased to announce that Midfielder Scott Davies has…
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Committee Members Required!

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Since 1958, The Wealdstone F.C. Supporters Club has successfully supported Wealdstone Football Club by raising much needed funds and raising its profile. The Supporters Club are presently looking to recruit two new committee members to further develop these very important activities which will in turn give them the opportunity to shape the future of the Club as we continue to progress. We are specifically looking for supporters who can attend committee meetings every six weeks, who can proactively help us in organising fundraising events and other Supporters Club activities. We can assure you that you will be made very welcome and you will feel that you are really part of a great football club. If you feel that you have the time and commitment to help, please contact David Albert…
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