Hitchin Town Football Club have received a further boost from the Trustees of the Cow Commoners Trust. For a fifth consecutive quarter the Trustees have decided to give the club a rent free quarter.
Club officials were taken aback at the continued support being offered by the Trustees. Andy Melvin was almost lost for words that yet another rent free quarter had been granted and could only repeat his thanks for their continued support at a very difficult time for the club:
“The Cow Commoners are continuing to show that they are the perfect landlords and I cannot thank them enough for being so helpful. The trustees have continued to appreciate the severe financial problems the Covid pandemic has caused and have acted to help the club in the best way possible. I am so pleased our relationship with the Trustees continues to be so positive and constructive as we look to working with the trustees to create a brighter future for the club.”
Treasurer Roy Izzard was equally delighted at receiving another financial boost from the Trustees:
“At a time when our social club is still closed and with the football season having been declared null and void all our income streams have been lost. To be given yet another rent free quarter at such a difficult time is a great boost and has a really positive affect on our cash flow. On behalf of everyone at Hitchin Town Football Club I thank the Trustees of the Cow Commoners Trust for showing such great support over the period we have been suffering the pandemic.”