The Wycombe Wanderers Trust, working together with the Football Club and the WW Sports and Education Trust, have strengthened ties with the local Muslim Community in recent times.
We have taken on board a recommendation to open a new Multi-Faith Room (off the Caledonian Suite) to provide space for religious observance on matchdays and during other events. This room, which had been redecorated for this purpose by some of the midweek volunteers, had its official opening last Saturday.
600 invitations were issued to the High Wycombe mosque for the game vs Doncaster Rovers and nearly 400 of those were taken up with seats provided in the Troo Stand as the club marked the start of Ramadan. The club also arranged for local caterers Karak Chaii to attend the game to provide Halal food before kick off.
Of those new supporters, a group were invited pitch side at half-time, forming a guard of honour for the teams emerging onto the pitch for the second half.
Plans are now being finalised for a special tournament on the Adams Park pitch in early May for this community.
“Amazed” Luke wins our biggest prize yet in the May QBC Draw
The 26th different Quarters Ball Club Draw winner, from as many draws, is Luke Harris, from Bourne End, who wins our biggest prize yet of