Volunteers Taskforce Required for Saturday 7th April

“My thanks to the volunteers that worked so hard at the training ground on Sunday 25th March. Splendid effort and well done.  As always we still have more to do, so if anyone would like to come and help at the same place on Saturday 7th April they would be really welcome. The gates will […]

Supposing Wycombe Wanderers HAD Won the FA Cup?

We all remember getting to the FA Cup Semi-Final in 2001, probably the closest most of us have ever been to lifting the hallowed trophy. Now you can have the opportunity of lifting a replica of the FA Cup, bedecked in light and dark blue ribbons. Weather permitting this trophy will be on display on […]

R.I.P – Len Monk (1921-2017)

The Trust was saddened to learn of the recent death of one its oldest members – Len Monk, who passed away on 25th November 2017. A lifelong resident of High Wycombe, Len had held a WWFC season ticket and been a member of the Woodlands Executive Club for many years. Len enjoyed five trips to […]

Let WWSET’s FFIT Programme Help You Get In Shape

Football Fans in Training is a hugely successful lifestyle programme aimed at men aged 35 – 65 years old with a waist size of 38 inches or more. Delivered at professional clubs, by professional clubs, participants get the chance to learn about diet & nutrition, healthy lifestyle choices and take part in the gentle physical […]

Volunteers Update

Once again THANK YOU to those who helped with the strimming behind the Frank Adams Stand, this was an important piece of work that had to carried out. Without all of you volunteers Wycombe Wanderers would be spending lots of money to have this type of work completed. Wycombe Wanderers and the Trust appreciate all […]

R.I.P. – Ann Lewis (1934-2017)

Ann Lewis – a lifelong Wanderers supporter – passed away suddenly on 15th September 2017, aged 82.  Ann was a long-time member of both the Official and Independent Supporters’ Clubs and her cheery character saw her make many friends during her travels home and away with the Wanderers. Ann comes from a family with a […]

70 Years A Chairboys Fan – Well Done Dave!

Dave Payne has been supporting Wycombe since his first match 70 years ago, when Frank Adams handed over the ground at Loakes Park to the Club. ‘Payney’ was smitten from that day onwards. Thanks Dave for your incredible dedication to the Club over so many years  – from all your friends at Wycombe Wanderers.

Get Well Soon – Eddie Ball

We would like to send best wishes to Trust Member and long time supporter Eddie Ball who has been recovering from a fall whilst on holiday and a subsequent period of illness. Eddie will be best known to many Wycombe fans as the guy who often used to wear an Indian Chieftain headdress. He was […]

PALS Working Parties

Please see below message from Trust Director John Derben: “It’s that time again, we need to tackle the banks around the car park. Several of you have asked about the dates and I can now confirm that with agreement with the club, we have now fixed Sunday 10th September and Sunday 24th September for our […]

Ian Nixon – R.I.P

The Trust would like to add their sincere condolences to the family of Ian Nixon who sadly passed away this month. Ian’s funeral takes place this Friday 23rd June and full details are within the Club Statement  Ian was a Legacy member of the Trust, a supporter of the 500 Club and a WWFC Cashline […]

Thanks To Those We Have Lost

As the 2016-17 season draws to a close, it is perhaps a fitting time to remind ourselves of those we have lost over this period. Many tributes have been paid to former WWFC President Monty Seymour who died in January. Also we have already acknowledged the passing of a number of supporters – Glen Fyrth, […]

Fans Council – Chance To Get Involved

Many supporters will be aware that a Fans Council was set up last season. As a Fan owned Football Club this was seen as a vital link between you, the supporters, the Football Club & Trust. The 500 Club was an initiative which was heavily promoted by the Fans Council, and, we are delighted to […]

Glen Fyrth R.I.P

We were saddened to learn of the death this week of Glen Fyrth just a day after his 38th birthday. A resident of Marlow, Glen was a much loved Wycombe Wanderers fan and Trust member. Many of you will have known Glen and will have seen him at matches home and away (allegedly nearly being kicked out of […]