FGR Ambassadors 2019-20

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FGR Ambassadors 2019-20

Postby Pitchfork » Tue Feb 12, 2019 5:39 pm

I have started to recruit ambassadors for next season. This is a long process involving communications with over 80 schools.

If you know of a Primary or Secondary School pupil who may be interested, but their school has not had an ambassador this season please let me know.

This is the current list;

viewtopic.php?f=72&t=90922&p=1280432#p1280432

All our 2018-19 ambassadors will complete their year as the season ends in May. They will have recorded all the activities they have completed to promote FGR since their schools appointed them. I shall be writing to their schools in March & April to see if they wish to have an ambassador again for next season. Although parents can suggest names, it is the school that must choose the ambassador.

The target for the end of the school year (July) is 50 schools, 70 ambassadors. Schools are allowed to appoint two ambassadors if they are a boy & a girl.
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Re: FGR Ambassadors 2019-20

Postby Pitchfork » Fri Mar 15, 2019 8:58 pm

We have our first ambassadors for 2019-20

All the following have been appointed by the schools, several just need to complete paperwork

PRIMARY

Abbeymead- Charlie Stoddart
Amberley - Sam Norris
Avening - Olivia Constable
Avening - Jordon Marlow
Berkeley - Alfie Young - registration req
Bisley - George French
Bisley - Alice French
Bluecoat, Wotton - Roo Young - reg req
Brimscombe Jimmy Taylor
Brimscombe Georgina Crampton
British, Wotton - Ebony Davis
Bussage - appointing
Bussage
Callowell - no interest this year
Cashes Green - Effie Newman
Chalford Hill - NO COMMUNICATION AS YET
Christchurch - Nico Aristotelous
Christchurch - Toby Smith
Coopers Edge - Ben Lucas
Crossways - Jackson Smith
Eastington - Piers Clutterbuck - reg req
Foxmoor - Matthias Andrews
Gastrells - Bonnie Park
Gastrells - Iffan Roberts
Gracefields - Elliot Wignall
Haresfield - Leo Badham
Heron - Emma Mulvihill
Heron Tom Mulvihill
Horsley - Phoebe Walker
Horsley - Archei Trevains
Kemble - Matilda Topp
Kings Stanley Ollie King
Kings Stanley - Poppy Watson
Kingswood - Kit Bladon
Leighterton -Troy Wilson
Leighterton - Ruby Witchell
Leonard Stanley - Henry Burford
Longney - Charlie Spencer - reg. req
Minchinhampton - Alfie Adams
Nailsworth - Piers Burke
Nailsworth - Chloe Benjamin
North Nibley - Max Stamatopoulos
Park Junior - Ollie Smith - reg req
Park Junior - Imogen Perrett
Randwick - Ben Bray
Rodborough - Millie Cossins
Rodborough - Jack Donovan
Rodmarton - Lily Hewitt
Rodmarton - Henry Nagle-Bass
St. Josephs, Nympsfield - Isabelle D’Arcy
St Josephs, Nympsfield - Kobi Timbrell
St. Mary’s, Malton - Lucy Naylor
St. Mary's, Tetbury - Jacob Horrell - reg.req.
St Matthews Oliver Kovac
St. Matthews Jasmine Ahmad
Stroud Valley - William Baxter
Thrupp - Martha Nutt - reg. req.
Thrupp - Morgan Watkins
Uley Have promised to appoint
Uplands - Abbie Hendzel
Uplands Jasper Wilson Copp
Whitminster Still deciding
Woodchester - Lucy Crampton
Woodchester - Charlie Boulton

SECONDARY

Alderman Knight - Harry Cole
Archway - Dylan Hartley
Beaudesert-William Douglas-Pennant
Berkeley Green - Charlie Smith
Churchdown - Cam Hoffman
Deer Park - Sebastian Morris - registration req
Home School - Jacob Tait
KLB Nathanael Dover
KLB Fearne Anderton
Marling - Editor of Green Devil - Tyler Watson
National Star College - Frazer Peters
Pates - Brendan Kitchen
Rednock - Evie Urquhart
Rosary -still considering
SHS - Ella Gordon-Wignall
Sir William Romney - Theo Saunders
Sir William Romney - Nell Saunders
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Re: FGR Ambassadors 2019-20

Postby Pitchfork » Fri Mar 29, 2019 7:30 pm

A busy 2 weeks when numbers of ambassadors have doubled to 20, almost all from Primaries.

Many other schools have begun a recruitment process, trying to ensure the most enthusiastic pupils are chosen to be an advocate for FGR.
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Re: FGR Ambassadors 2019-20

Postby Pitchfork » Thu Apr 25, 2019 1:35 pm

Recruitment has doubled again in the last month - we now have approaching 40 ambassadors signed up for 2019-20

Schools who are listed above, but with no attached name, have promised me they will appoint in the next few weeks.

If you know of other schools ( or parents of FGR fans at those schools) who may be interested, please either send me a message or leave a reply below.

We are ahead of numbers registered at this time last year, but there is still a lot of chasing to go on if we are to reach the target of 50 schools/70 ambassadors.

The next 'Green Devil' has been compiled thanks to the work of Jono & Tyler Watson. It will be available at the ground at the Exeter fixture and distributed to over 60 schools thanks to our ambassador postmen.
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Re: FGR Ambassadors 2019-20

Postby Pitchfork » Wed May 15, 2019 9:38 am

As the season ends we have managed to sign up 70+ ambassadors from over 50 schools. Thank you to many of our current ambassadors for kick starting the process in their schools.

I will be continuing to chase schools and recruit until the end of May so I am optimistic we will hit an all time record of over 80 ambassadors for next season. Of course it isn't primarily about numbers, but the commitment of each individual ambassador to promote the club and its values in their schools and local communities.

The full updated list is above
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