The current Wealdstone FC Supporters Club committee
First started supporting the Stones in 1974. Joined the committee in 1987 and became Chairman in July 2007. Works in Maidenhead, as a Business Development Manager for a travel company specialising in handling overseas groups travelling to the U.K. Married to Essie with two children, Daniella and Benji.
Joined the Committee in 2010 when invited to join by Mark Randall as apparently they thought I had ideas. I had been quite happy in my unofficial capacity to proffer suggestions on ways the Club could go forward! Now finding that they've got plenty of ideas themselves but
My introduction to Wealdstone FC is somewhat different from most. It was my mum who told me about the club (she knew I was a football fan) after a chat with one of her friends. She was not a football fan and only ever went to one match which was the
Commercial & Travel Secretary
I have been watching Wealdstone for 30 years, my first match was against Harrow Borough at Earlsmead in the FA Trophy in 1978, we lost 3-0!
I joined the supporters club committee in 2002.
Returned in the Gordon Mackay and Mark Lloyd years when we all worked for Ladbrokes. Racing used to finish around 3pm on Saturdays (those were the good days) so we
Date 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.
Club Shop Manager
I am proud to say, along with my Brother, I am a third generation supporter of the Stones. My first Stones game was on the 16th August 1980 (aged just 197 Days Old) when I am told we beat Telford 4-0 at home. I was taken by my Dad and Grandfather who held
Started 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.
I started watching the Stones in 1982 when I got married and bought a house in Wealdstone. I had never heard of them before that although Fred Callaghan was Brentford manager for a while, bringing non league players like Francis Joseph and Terry Hurlock with him. I was slowly weaned off Brentford over the following years.
Assistant Club Shop Manager
When a rallying call was made at a supporters club AGM I decided that it was time to put something back.
After leaving Southall Grammar I joined British Airways Finance department in 1976 and stayed for nearly 33 years! During this time I've been fortunate to travel to many parts of the world.Always loved Florida and Antigua in particular.These days i tend to end up in Spain as this is where my parents now live.