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The Farm Welcomes New Social Club Steward

Bristol Manor Farm AFC is thrilled to announce Jasmine Chappell as our new Steward, taking the helm of our beloved Social Club. This appointment marks an exciting time for the club and promises to bring fresh energy and innovative ideas to our community.

With Jasmine’s new role at the club, she replaces Bryan Orgar who came in towards the end of last season, and we would like to thank ‘Dangerous’ for all his efforts. Don’t worry though, the Farmy Army can still look forward to seeing him at our pre-season game against Slough Town, selling BMF merchandise, and home matches next season.

Over the past couple of seasons, Jasmine’s involvement in various commercial projects has showcased her dedication and creativity, helping to elevate the club’s profile and operations. Furthermore, she has assisted with hospitality on match days to ensure our guests and supporters have the best possible experience, and she will carry her passion over to her new position as Steward.

Tony Parsons was named Chairman of Bristol Manor Farm AFC on social media last week, and Jasmine’s vision for the Social Club perfectly aligns with the new board’s vision of creating a vibrant and welcoming environment for all members. With her at the helm, we are confident that our Social Club will continue to grow and thrive, offering a fantastic space for socialising, community events, and match day gatherings.

We hope everyone in the Bristol Manor Farm AFC family will join us in supporting Jasmine and the Social Club. One immediate way to show your support is by participating in Saturday’s all-important scheduled cleanup day. This event is crucial for revitalising our facilities both inside and out, ensuring that we start the season with a fresh and inviting atmosphere.

Whether you’re a long-time supporter or new to the club, your help will be greatly appreciated by Jas and her staff, and will make a significant difference for everyone at the club.