Review of March action points - TB
ACTION: Fans' Forum to send themed matchday suggestions to CP.
RESPONSE: Suggestions have been received, collated and submitted to the Memorable Matchday team.
ACTION: Fans' Forum to consider future fan projects they can participate in.
RESPONSE: Suggestions have been sent to CP and will be reviewed and discussed at future meetings.
ACTION: Forum survey feedback to be sent to CP by Friday 18 April.
RESPONSE: Meeting held with Forum members and MR. Item on agenda for further discussion.
ACTION: DB to investigate if Season Ticket vouchers can be used online and at Everton Two.
RESPONSE: The voucher offerings will be offered and redeemable in Everton Two. Unfortunately, as a direct result of security implications, the Club is unable to offer voucher discounts online.
ACTION: Club to investigate the advertising of E-cigarettes in the Fan Zone.
Response: SkyCig advertising is currently in operation on the LED in the Fan Zone.However, due to complaints and given that the area is a family-focused destination, advertisements have been removed. The Club will continue to monitor the governmental review of promoting e-cigarettes and will act in accordance with any subsequent change in policy, but in the interim, will continue ‘as is'.
ACTION: Forum members asked DB to query if a cash machine could be installed at Goodison Park.
RESPONSE: The Club has agreed with Barclays to install an ATM adjacent to turnstiles 1 & 2 on Goodison Road. Barclays applied for planning permission for the installation but shortly afterwards, notice was received from Liverpool City Council that BT had submitted two planning applications to convert the payphones at the junction of Goodison Road and Spellow Lane into an ATM, and also the payphone at the junction of Goodison Road and Neston Street. This places two ATM's within 100 metres of where Barclays were looking to site one. Consequently, Barclays have been informed that we will not be proceeding with the installation next to turnstiles 1 and 2, with the proviso that if for some reason the BT proposal does not come to fruition we will revisit.