John Richardson named Vanarama National League Volunteer of the month

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Bromley Football Club are delighted that 100+ Club founder and co-ordinator John Richardson has won the Vanarama National League Volunteer of the month award for February.

The 100+ Club first started in April 2011, as a way of supporters financially contributing to the Club on a monthly basis, for the chance to win prizes. Since then, it has raised over £32,000 for the Club, which is credit to John, who is assisted by fellow long standing supporter Arthur Duplock.

Originally known as the 100 Club, the ‘+’ was added after the scheme gained over 100 participants.

The scheme provided supporters with a way to back the Club during the Covid-19 pandemic, and there’s now over 400 numbers in the monthly draw!

John was delighted to win the award and spoke of his pride at how the scheme has benefitted the Club over the years, and grown substantially. You can watch the full interview below!

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