Wanderers first teamers Sammy Ameobi and Karl Henry will be guests of honour at the Bolton Wanderers Supporters Association's first social evening of the season next week.
Set to take place on Thursday 19 October in the Wanderers Suite at Macron Stadium, doors for the event open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.
Representatives from the BWLGFC teams will also be present alongside the duo for the Q&A session with the opportunity for photos and autographs following the event.
Admission is free for members, although non-members can attend for just £5 which will secure membership and access to future meetings for the next 12 months.
All interested in coming along to the meeting should register on www.mybwsa.co.uk.
The BWSA is celebrating its 25th anniversary this season, with a special event planned for later in the year.
This season, the BWSA are sponsoring Emily Hockenhull from the BWLGFC and as part of the sponsorship deal, the admission price for BWSA members has been discounted to £1 for the ladies’ home matches.
Last season, the BWSA collected for their nominated charity, the Royal Bolton Hospital – Special Care Baby Unit and BWSA Chairman, Alan Houghton, will be handing over a cheque for £300 to Sue Sheehane.
This season’s nominated charity is another local organisation, the Harmony Youth Project, based in Halliwell, which was set up to assist young people, especially those who are disadvantaged in realising their true potential through the medium of creative arts and positive social activities.
Recently, members of the BWSA Committee had the pleasure of meeting with Chairman Ken Anderson, along with Paul Aldridge and Paul Holliday where Ken was very open and supportive of the Supporters Association.
For more information, please visit www.mybwsa.co.uk.