Blackburn Rovers Football and Community Action Group are proud to announce that our Social Inclusion Football Team Diverse Rovers have been crowned league II champions in their first season.
Following the disappointment of Saturdays match at Newport County being postponed less than one hour before kick off, the rescheduled match has been confirmed for Monday 18th January, kick off 7.15pm
The Blackburn Rovers Football Community Action Group are pleased to announce that following discussions with Blackburn Rovers, we are able to offer free travel to the rescheduled fixture for those passengers who travelled with the group on Saturday.
The group would like to take this opportunity to both thank and applaud Blackburn Rovers and in particular the clubs Director of Communications Alan Myers who was instrumental in ensuring supporters frustrations where not only heard, but were eased by the club as much as possible.
The club have kindly extended the offer of free coach travel to include the independently arranged supporter coaches that travel regularly to watch Rovers and the club should be further applauded for this gesture.
The group would request for all supporters who travelled with us on Saturday, to contact us at the earliest opportunity to confirm if they are able to return to Newport, free of charge on Monday for the rescheduled fixture, the deadline for all passengers to be confirmed set by the club is Friday 15th January.
Whilst it is unfortunate that many supporters will be unable to make the rescheduled fixture due to family, work and other commitments, as a non-profit organisation who runs away travel considerably cheaper than the official travel service the group is sadly not in a position to offer refunds on Saturday’s travel.
For further information please contact a committee member, or email email@example.com.