Workington Town Appoint Kerry Harrison To Board

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8 March 2019

League One Workington Town have appointed Kerry Harrison to their board. She will work as the point of contact between the club shareholders and the board and will have specific responsibility for health and safety at the club.

Kerry is the daughter of the late Wilf Harrison who was Town chairman and later major shareholder of the club for many years.

Kerry said: “At such an important time in the club’s history and with so many exciting things going on including the potential for the new stadium, I’m honoured and excited to have joined the board. I think like most people who look on from the outside, I underestimated the amount of time and effort that goes into running the club. I’m happy to be able to share that load with the other directors and volunteers at the club.”

“I’m also delighted to be carrying on my dad’s legacy at Town. He loved the club and I’m sure he would be happy to see me having an active involvement as we try to fulfil the club’s true potential.”

Chairman Les Smallwood said “Wilf is a Town great and steered the club with enthusiasm and massive energy. Kerry is bringing that same energy and forthrightness in her new role. It’s a pleasure to welcome her to the board of directors and she’s already driving some projects. These are exciting times at Town and we’re immensely pleased that Kerry has joined us on the journey.”


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