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New logo chosen, plus Q&A with SL

The following was sent earlier today as an e-mail to everyone on our database. If you didn't receive this mail and would like to be kept up-to-date with Club & Trust activities, just add your name and e-mail address via the form on the right.

Two bits of information for you today from the Supporters Club & Trust.

Firstly, we're delighted to announce the result of the vote for a new logo to represent the merged organisation. Voting took place in paper form in the Supporters Club bar and electronically via e-mails sent to all members with valid addresses on this database.

The clear winner was 'Logo 4':

New logo

We hope you like it. Hopefully you'll agree that it has something for everyone the football club name, the Club & Trust name, the two founding dates, the Ship & Castle of Bristol, the iconic Clifton Suspension Bridge and the Robin.

Many thanks again to all who submitted designs and to all who voted. Now begins the task of gradually phasing out our old logos and phasing in the new one!

Also looking to the future, here's a date for your diary:

16th March 2013

We then once again invite you to meet Steve Lansdown for a Q&A session. Steve will be joined by his wife Maggie at the Walkabout in Wolverhampton from 12.30pm before the away game at Wolves on Saturday 16th March.

This session is one of many already run by the Supporters Club & Trust in pubs up and down the country as part of its fans representation strategy. Successful events have previously been held at Rotherham, Crystal Palace, Norwich and Derby.

Walkabout is the designated away fans pub for the game and is a short distance from both the railway station and Molineux (as shown here on Google Maps).

Steve and Maggie will be in the Surfers Bar, 50 Queen Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 3BJ ready to take your questions. So, if you are one of the undoubted large following that will be travelling to Wolves that day for this crucial Championship fixture, then make sure you make the time to come and meet our major shareholder for a chat.

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