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Re: Lack of singing

By John Mac18/9 16:22Fri Sep 18 16:22:34 2020In response to Re: Lack of singing

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I agree, the Stewards and all volunteers know what measures we've put in place to keep fans safe. We receive around 50 queries on matchday as to what is permitted, and try to encourage people to write to supporters@kingstonian.com or call 07308 302923 if they have any safety concerns.

I think people generally know what to do, it's well publicised and there is clear signage in the Ground . The issues arise during the match when a goal is scored or emotions are heightened due to events on the pitch. That's when the rules can easily be ignored. I'm reluctant to send Stewards or volunteers into a situation where it puts them at risk, and have decided that it is better to use the PA system if we think there are concerns. Also, there is advice on the Ks website, the ticketing system and on the tickets themselves.

If there's any more that people think we could do, I'm open to all suggestions.

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