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Northampton Town Supporters' Trust was formed in January 1992, as a result of a large public meeting attended by over 600 fans. This meeting was called by a group of ordinary supporters, including Rob Marshall, editor of the fanzine What a Load of Cobblers, and Brian Lomax, in response to a financial crisis at the club and a series of misleading statements issued by the then chairman.

More than £4,000 raised in bucket collections at Coventry City game

Posted on 8th Nov 2015

Sky Blues Trust helps Cobblers fans raise cash for fighting fund.

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Trust holds latest meeting with Northampton Borough Council

Posted on 7th Nov 2015

Positive dialogue held between Trust and Council at the Guildhall on Thursday.

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Media watch: David Conn from The Guardian latest reporter to write on problems at Northampton Town FC

Posted on 6th Nov 2015

Football reporter pens article on 'scandal of missing £10.25million loan'

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NTFC Supporters' Trust to hold bucket collection with Sky Blue Trust

Posted on 5th Nov 2015

Members of both Trusts will raise money for our fighting fund at the Ricoh Arena on Saturday.

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Open meeting with Trust to be held at Park Inn on Wednesday

Posted on 3rd Nov 2015

Trust would also welcome people who want to volunteer their time to the cause.

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Trust calls on council to formally object to winding up order by HMRC

Posted on 3rd Nov 2015

Trust believes objecting HMRC petition will give vital time to work towards positive outcome.

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RIP Brian Lomax

Posted on 2nd Nov 2015

Forward thinking Brian - who helped spearhead the formation - has sadly passed away.

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Northampton Borough Council backs motion to help NTFC Supporters' Trust

Posted on 2nd Nov 2015

Motion was carried at special meeting of council attended by large number of Cobblers fans.

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UPDATE: Busy week behind the scenes following public meeting

Posted on 1st Nov 2015

Trust calls for more volunteers and encourages people to attend council meeting on Monday evening.

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