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As memories of the dramatic climax to the 2023/24 start to fade, attention turns towards another adventure in the National League with new manager Matt Taylor and his assistant Paul Hughes now at the helm. It’s already been a busy off-season for the Stones with significant investment being made into the pitch and drainage at The Vale, further growth of the Academy and a strengthening of the relationship with Brunel University who will be the front-of-shirt sponsors. Significantly, the Stones are embarking on the next step of their journey, with the playing squad moving to a ‘hybrid’ operating model, training two mornings a week (on state of the art facilities) at Brunel and a further evening at Harefield Academy. 

Exciting new signings have already been made and others are being pursued. It's genuinely a new era for the club. 


Despite taking this sigificant first step to close the gap between us and our largely full-time National League counterparts, the Stones will continue to operate on a limited playing budget and the need for additional revenues to aid recruitment remains. StoneShare has been a hugely successful initiative in recent seasons and maintains Wealdstone's position as one of the few remaining, genuinely-fan-funded clubs in senior football.


It allows supporters to make a one-off, or regular donations straight into the playing budget and in return the club will award equivalent shares. The scheme has been a big factor in the club securing its place in the National League over the last four seasons and will run again this coming season to provide Matt and Paul the best chance of securing more of their targets.


Donations can now be made online and contributors can be awarded shares in return, if they wish. The minimum donation is £25 and the maximum is £1,000. 1 share is awarded for every £5 donated, so we suggest donations in increments of £25, £50, £100, £250 and £1000. 

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