The Celtic Trust is conducting the first survey of Celtic fans and members in over 20 years. They have already received over 1,000 responses from members and the number is growing daily and are now rolling it out to The Trust’s larger mailing list and social media followers.
The survey can be found at https://celtictrust.net/new-fan-survey/ and as many supporters as possible should try to complete it before it closes at the end of the month.
The results of the survey will be available on The Trust’s website and also on The Celtic Star, an assurance that we have been given from David Low, the Chair of the Trust. He also confirmed to The Celtic Star this morning that the Trust will be holding their first members’ meeting of the year towards the end of this month.
“I can also tell you our first members’ general meeting of the year will be on 26 January. These meetings are formal and also shape policy going forward,” David Low stated.
We will publish an in depth interview with David Low on this site late this week, having put a series of hard-hitting questions to him that we hope will help each of you reading this to make up your own minds on whether the Trust is going to play an increasingly important role in the future of Celtic in the months and years ahead.
Important Celtic supporter and shareholder survey. Only takes a few minutes. Please RT as well🍀 https://t.co/NVdzIC4Y0A
— David Low (@Heavidor) January 9, 2021
Way to go for fan groups. Find out the who, what, what and where of your base.
— SFM (@TheSFMonitor) January 10, 2021
Meanwhile you can listen to David Low talk about increasing fan ownership of the club via a new podcast on Scottish Football Monitor.
“This episode is the first in a multi-part series and explores the holy grail of football fans – ownership of their club. In part one, John Cole talks to David Low, the Chair of The Celtic Trust, a fan and shareholder body committed to fan ownership. Low explains the realities, the dream, and the pragmatic steps that need to be taken by such a fan organisation.
“Part two we will hear from Stuart Wallace of The Foundation of Hearts, the successful ownership vehicle of fans of the Edinburgh giants.”
— SFM (@TheSFMonitor) January 6, 2021