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Wycombe DSA hold first meeting at Adams Park

The newly-formed disabled supporters association successfully held its first meeting at the Club's stadium.

Disabled Wycombe Wanderers fans were given the opportunity to meet with the club in person to talk about the Association’s aims for improving facilities and services at the Club’s home ground, Adam’s Park.

As part of our Week’s of Action celebrations, the club revealed they would be launching their own DSA, with potential members getting a taste for the new venture last week.

The meeting was hosted by the DSA co-founders Stephen Copp and Peter Lerner. Stephen work’s as the club’s safety officer and is heavily involved with disability at Wycombe, acting as the disability access officer too.

Peter, Wycombe Wanderers Trust director, said: “Having received a fantastic response to the news that Wycombe Wanderers – both the club and Trust – were launching an association for our disabled supporters, it was great to get together in person and kick off the process towards making Adams Park a more enjoyable and accessible place for everyone to come to.

“We look forward to holding more events in future and welcome more members to be part of the continued development of the Association.”

Interested in joining Wycombe Disabled Supporter’s Association? Email Peter at peterjlerner@gmail.com