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Staines Town given Adult Charter Standard boost

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Staines Town, relegated from the Vanarama Conference South at the end of the season, have announce that the Middlesex FA have confirmed that it has been awarded the FA's Adult Charter Standard Club status, recognising its administrative and operative standards.

This is similar to the well-known 'kite mark', and will be followed by the receipt of a plaque from the Football Association in due course.

Peter Clayton, chief executive of the Middlesex FA, said: “Middlesex FA believes it is a fantastic achievement and honour to achieve the FA Charter Standard Award and therefore I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate your club on behalf of all of us.

“By achieving the award your club has demonstrated an excellent level of discipline, administration and operating standards; and I trust that you will continue to uphold this reputation in the future.”

The club secretary would like to acknowledge the assistance received in applying for this award to the Staines Town FC Junior Section, and individual support from Colin Panrucker, Ewan Forbes, Graham Abercrombie, Becky Peacock, and Amanda Boon.

Source: www.footballconference.co.uk

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