The preferred way to book a place on the coach is in the Vere Suite on a Saturday Home Game.
But if you want to book by phone or e-mail then do so by Thursday at 17:00 for a Saturday game, and Sunday at 17:00 for a Tuesday game. After these times we cannot guarantee a seat on the coach.
Havant & Waterlooville (A) - Saturday 6th July, 3pm
Staines Town (A) – Tuesday 16th July, 7.30pm
Farnborough (A) – Wednesday 17th July, 7.30pm
Aston Villa (H) – Saturday 20th July, 3pm
Burnham (A) – Wednesday 24th July, 7.30pm
Oxford City (A) - Friday 26th July, 7.30pm
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In a season when many volunteers have come to the fore, there was special recognition for one them at the End of Season Awards Dinner last night. The award for Outstanding Contribution went to Rena Perrin.
The award was introduced and presented by WWFC Co-Chairman Ivor Beeks who talked of Rena being a volunteer helper in many different ways for this club for nearly 40 years. In organizing OWWSA coaches to away matches she has arranged over 700 coach trips involving over 25,000 fans and in doing so made a profit in excess of £50,000. This has enabled OWWSA to make various substantial donations to the Football Club over those years.
This year Rena also took a full part in the ‘Walk to Oxford’ raising about £700 in her own name as part of the overall achievement of almost £5,000. The picture (right) shows Rena arriving at Oxford after that great effort!
Rena also helps raise funds for the Blues Cashline Lottery as a weekly collector.
A lady with a true passion for this club and a well deserved recognition
The Club are looking to make improvements to the Training Ground car park soon. This will involve spreading a new top layer of loose material over the surface and then compacting it.
If you would be prepared to help with the manual aspect of this, or if you have access to machinery which could assist to spread and compact, John Derben - 01494 441145 - would be delighted to hear from you. John isn't yet sure whether this will be a weekday or weekend project (or a combination of the two); this depends on the availability of volunteers and machinery, and so if you think you can assist in any way, please call John, and a plan will be put in place from there.
We would like to appeal for someone who could spend a few hours each month to help us with publicity, and creating a regular newsletter for all our members, and also publicise OWWSA to the regular Wycombe Wanderers supporters. If you are interested please e-mail email@example.com
We would like to correspond with as many members via e-mail, so if you would like to send your e-mail address to our membership secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org it would help save us money on postage.
Why join OWWSA? What's in it for me?
Everybody knows its registering your support and taking advantage of the discounts on already reasonably priced coach travel.
We have also forged strong links with the Wycombe Wanderers Trust.
Membership information is available by clicking on the Membership Info tab above.
The Official Wycombe Wanderers Supporters Association provides transport to all First Team away games.
OWWSA benefits from having signed a long term agreement with Motts Travel who also supply the Football Club team coach. This means that we can guarantee quality travel at competitive prices.
We seek to add value to this service by
Serving hot drinks on the journey.
Organising pre-match meals on certain longer journeys.
Contacting the away clubs to arrange admission to their facilities where ever possible.
No alcohol is allowed on any coach. If something happened that the police had to come onto the coach and they found alcohol then the coach would be immediately turned around and we would not be allowed to carry on to the football match.
We always plan to get coaches to games approximately 1 1/2 hours before kick off, and in most cases this leaves time for travellers to find a local pub or club if required.
At a recent committee meeting the topic of foul and abusive language was discussed. The committee will not condone the use of this on our coaches or at matches.
Anybody that is found to be using this language on the coaches will be warned, and if it continues will be banned from using coaches in the future. At the match we would ask you to consider the people sat around you.
In the past we have had a fantastic reputation as a family club, and this is certainly not the kind of language we would want children to learn, and for children and women to be subjected to.