Rotherham United’s Disabled Supporters’ Association are to hold another full meeting on Thursday 7th November.
Millers midfielder Matt Crooks has very kindly volunteered to be the next guest speaker to talk to the RUDSA group and share his own experiences with disabilities as they meet at AESSEAL New York Stadium.
The group, chaired jointly by Joanne Archer and Ken Tupling, are receiving ongoing support from Rotherham United and Level Playing Field as they look to expand following their formation last season. In addition to this, they have been backed by the club itself and their Community Sports Trust as they have continued to establish themselves among the local community.
The RUDSA aims to ensure that disabled supporters enjoy the best matchday experience possible at the AESSEAL New York Stadium, through continued dialogue with Rotherham United. The group also aims to provide opportunities for our disabled fans to meet socially, and are planning to hold at least four meetings annually.
The fourth full meeting is taking place on Thursday 7th November 2019 from 6.30pm until 8pm at the AESSEAL New York Stadium.
The group are open to all people affected by any disability or long-term illness and their carers, and are keen for as many people as possible to join.
Membership is free this year thanks to sponsorship from Jon Harrison of One Black Bear, ASAP Digital Print Company and assistance from Rotherham United.
Forms will be available on the night for fans to fill in, should they wish to join RUDSA.
We look forward to having an enjoyable and informative night and hope you will join us.
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