Berwick Rangers FC Supporters' Club
c/o Shielfield Park, Tweedmouth, Berwick-upon-Tweed TD15 2EF
|Hon. President: John Hush
Chairman: William Parkin
Vice-Chairman: Arthur Herriott
Treasurer: Malcolm Reed
Secretary: Rodelle Purvis
1 Cotgreen Road, Tweedbank, Galashiels. TD1 3SG
Tel: 01896 668961
A brief introduction to committee members and the role they have match days.
John Hush: Honorary President. John is the longest serving member of the Supporters’ Club and holds the position in that respect. John is also a director and an important link between board and committee. As the promoter of our half-time draw he has overall responsibility for its smooth running.
Bill Parkin: Chairman. Bill is the Supporters' Club representative on the BRFC board of directors. Bill coordinates the corporate sponsorship and also the club shop and stock. He is also qualified to steward if required on match days.
Arthur Herriott: Vice-chairman. Arthur is a part-time assistant groundsman and chairs the sub group for liaising with the speedway. Arthur sells and organises the half-time draw tickets.
Malcolm Reed: Treasurer. Does exactly what it says on the tin!
Rodelle Purvis: Secretary. Rodelle operates and oversees the running of the main turnstiles.
The Committee Members:
Ian ‘P’ Oliver: Kitman, groundsman you name it he does it! Basically, ‘P’ runs the club from the downstairs! The Board do the business upstairs – ‘P’ does the rest.
Jimmy Nisbet: Assists in maintaining the pitch and stadium.
Alan Meins: Alan is a half- time draw ticket seller and helps out with pitch work when required.
Conrad Turner: As the commercial manager of the football club, Conrad looks after match day sponsors and runs the Weekly Scheme.
Neil Skelly: Neil is a half- time draw ticket seller.
Derek Purvis: Helps out with crowd safety as a steward.
Ross Aitchison: As groundsman, Ross prepares the pitch and cleans up after the games.
Malcolm Miller: A local builder, Malcolm helps out with all aspects of ground improvement work.
Brian Parkin: Experienced in community engagement, communication & negotiation through his day job, Brian brings those skills to his position in the Supporters Club. He helps to publicise & promote our achievements to the wider community, as well as developing new ideas to help increase our profile.
Allistair Grieve: Is a familiar face on match days as turn style operator. He also helps to organize supporter buses to away games and keeps fans from all over the world up to date with what is happening during games via live updates on social media.