Monthly Archives: October 2014

Press Release: Hitchin Town campaign will be “dignified and professional”, says Melvin

Hitchin Town Chief Executive Andy Melvin has stressed the need for a “totally professional” approach to the “Save HTFC” campaign and has called on the club’s supporters to pull together to make it happen. Melvin said: “Naturally, our supporters are … Continue reading

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Hitchin Town protest campaign to involve “free” game on November 29

Hitchin Town v Frome Town to be no pay Hitchin Town Football Club is inviting football fans from all over the country to come to its under-threat Top Field stadium for the Southern League Premier Division game with Frome Town … Continue reading

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Hedgehog raises awareness of Save HTFC campaign

The pitch invasion of a hedgehog has won considerable publicity for the club’s Save HTFC campaign this past week. As well as being mentioned in the tabloid press such as The Sun and the Star, Talk Sport interviewed club officials. … Continue reading

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Letters in the media – week ending October 17

This week’s Comet has a number of letters on the subject of Top Field. Mr Andrew Fisher of Hitchin commented: “It has been too easy to demonising and nobody is asking what is really happening here.” He asked whether the … Continue reading

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Hitchin Forum: Hitchin Town v The Cow Commoners

The Hitchin Forum has provided an in-depth look of the public meeting of October 8. Well worth studying. Click here to read this excellent piece. http://www.hitchinforum.org.uk/hitchin-fc-vs-cow-commoners/

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Mercury Group: Hitchin announces Top Field defence plan

A football club fighting to stay at its ancestral home ground received cheers of support at a packed meeting tonight (October 8) as it announced its defensive strategy. Preliminary plans recently submitted to North Hertfordshire District Council envisioned a new … Continue reading

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Game of the People: First blood to Hitchin as the battle of Top Field commences

There was no doubt who the star of the show was on the night that Southern League Premier Division club Hitchin Town held a public meeting over the future of its ancient home of Top Field: Mr Mishi Morath of … Continue reading

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