Big Bath City Bid will launch share scheme in June

icon blackwhitesripes14 May ~ Bath City may soon become the latest community-owned club. The Big Bath City Bid Action Group are working with Supporters Direct to launch their community share scheme in June, hoping to secure  the future of the Conference South club and then build on the work that made them the 2014 community club of the year.

Backed by fans and local businesses, as well as film director Ken Loach, the chair of the bid team Jon Bickley said: This is an historic opportunity to revitalise Bath City FC and create a community club that is truly at the heart of the city. With the best of Bath invested and involved, we can build the football club our city deserves: sustainable, forward-looking and brimming with fresh ideas and enthusiasm.” You can find out more information about the Big Bath City Bid here.

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