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Monday, 06 August 2012 20:55

The Gregory Suite holds up to 250 people and is perfect for weddings and large functions.


Suitable For:

  • Wedding venues / receptions & evening parties
  • Conference and business meeting facilities
  • Party Celebrations young and old
  • Large funeral wakes (free room Hire)
  • Event hire
  • Trade & Craft Fares etc
  • Fitness classes
  • Music events
  • Presentation events
  • Stage productions
  • Baby Classes



  • A large impressive bar serving a vast range of beers, ciders, wines & soft drinks
  • We cater for all food requirements including Buffet menu's, Sit down Meals, Hog Roasts, Barbeques, Traditional Fish and Chips
  • Stage area for bands, disco, and productions
  • A large roomy dance floor perfect for any wedding reception
  • Comfy dining furniture configured to suit requirements
  • This party venue can be dressed / decorated to suit the celebration
  • Friendly and experienced St Neots staff
  • Door staff if required
  • Plenty of parking
  • Very adaptable
  • All our facilities are wheel chair accessible
  • We do have a large projector in the Gregory Suite that can be used for corporate events



  • Day Hire Hourly Rate: £30 per hour
  • Evening Parties: £350
  • Day / Evening Weddings: £500
  • Food and Beverages: £POA


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Terms and Conditions:

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For more information and to check availability contact Louise Sales on 01480 470012 / 07753 222683 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.















Saturday, 01 March 2014 19:58

Welcome to what we believe is one of the first “News Stand” features for any football club in the UK.

News Stand is our very own library full of Match day magazines, Brochures, Sponsors brochures and many more football related publications that can be viewed and read in magazine / book format.
To start with we will be introducing all of this seasons past match day magazines for all to view “Free of Charge”. Future publications of our match day magazine will be available the day before the scheduled fixture for everyone to be able to purchase and view / download when you take out membership which will be explained in full at a future date when we have had the time to settle in this brand new feature.

We are hoping to be able to give you the opportunity to download and read many football related published magazines all from your own club website. As News Stand evolves we will keep you all informed of just how everything will work. But in the meantime enjoy some interesting reading of what is one of the very best match day magazine publications at our level of non-league football.

Recommended: For the most engaging reading experience we recommend viewing News Stand publications on a tablet, to take advantage of the touch screen interaction and zoom functions. We have noted that on certain screens that the fonts can look slightly jagged until you zoom in. This is something that we can't dictate but can work around it by looking at adjusting the font usage in the match day magazine to combat this.

If you have any questions or suggestions then please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. as News Stand is for you, the supporters.


Thursday, 18 February 2016 15:42

Barry Cavilla: Chairman
Iain Parr: Director of Football
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Mobile 07970 851511
Gary Wilson: Club Secretary
Mobile 07733 304549
Louise Sales: Functions and Events Manager
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Mobile 07753 222683

Maz Izzard: Fixture Secretary

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Write to us: St Neots Town Football Club, Kester Way, St. Neots, Cambridgeshire PE19 6SL


League Rule 2.13
Ownership: In accordance with the Football Association Rule 2.13 Publication of ownership in relation to Step 1 to Step 4 Clubs within the football pyramid, we hereby confirm that the legal status of St Neots Town Football Club Ltd identified by Company Number 02921210, and is a Private Limited Company.

For the purposes of publication of ownership, we can confirm that the following named people are listed as Directors of the company:
Lee Kearns (significant interest), Iain Parr, Louise Spark, Mike Green, Jeremy Green and Gary Wilson and officers of the company as Peter Naylor.


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Friday, 22 June 2012 12:53

Membership card registration


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Terms and Conditions

This is a simple Membership loyalty scheme
Membership cards are not transferable. They may be used only once for external promotional activity unless otherwise stated. Your details will not be passed on to either Business partners or marketing companies but will be held by St Neots Town FC Ltd. Membership is free and unless otherwise stated will have no restriction on continued use however the conditions of use will be reviewed one year from launch. Your membership may be terminated if you are found to breach of any infringement on T&C.

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Friday, 22 June 2012 13:47

Thank you for your application. The Club will be in touch shortly.

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Friday, 22 June 2012 12:01

Let us look after you and give you something back for your support

The St Neots Town Membership card is a fantastic way to feel even more part of a family.

Not only will we be offering membership rates on facility hire charges and in house promotions we are also actively looking for business partners that will work with us to offer our members monthly preferential or promotional rates that will save you money. To become a member is free, simply fill out the application form and your membership card will be available to collect from the Gregory's Bar on matchdays or call the club on 01480 470012 to arrange collection.

Join today

Join today
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01480 470012 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Benefits of being a Member


Preferential rates on facility hire charges
Including function room hire and off peak Astro hire.

Monthly in house and Business Partner Promotions.
Terms and Conditions will apply to external promotions.

Matchday Member Offers
By simply showing your membership card at the club bars and food kitchen, enjoy reduced food and drink and meal deal offers.


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Friday, 08 June 2012 13:21


Haverhill Rovers         3              St Neots Town       6        

St Neots completed their pre-season build up with a trip to Haverhill and Manager Marc Abbott must have been pleased overall with his sides’ performance against his former club.   However, he will be left with some food for thought regarding the frailty of his defence in the second half when they conceded two late goals.   However, he had opted to give all his squad some playing time and with six second half substitutions the side understandably looked unbalanced and less confident.   It was good to see Sam Goode back in action with a protection around his broken wrist and there was a debut for Cambridge United loanee Sam Bennett who looked an important addition to the Manager’s attacking options.

The most recent addition to St Neots’ squad, Sam Bennett made an impressive start forcing an early save from home keeper James Young and the home side were slow to get going and had only an off-target header from Max Dinnell to threaten the visiting defence.   Meantime skipper Jake Kerins was prominent bringing a fine eleventh minute save from Young but two minutes later the keeper was left helpless as Kerins sent the perfectly placed lob into the far corner of the net to open the scoring.   After 22 minutes the advantage was doubled as a Mason Rhiney free kick was headed over the goalkeeper by Sam Goode.   Two efforts from Arron Smith were well saved but after 32 minutes Prince Mutswunguma got on the end of a Tim N’Kala cross to make it 3-0.   Jordan Palmer then squandered Haverhill’s best first half opening failing to convert from close range, and Ryan Gibbs shot over the bar, but St Neots remained in control when a lengthy speculative shot by Mason Rhiney appeared to be misjudged by Young and crept in at the near post.   Right on half time a mistake by James Philp in the visiting goal allowed Alfie Carroll to loop a header from a Josh Revell cross into the net to set up the 4-1 half time score line.

Philp made up for his error five minutes after the restart with the save of the match to deny Dinnell and St Neots continued their domination with a fifth goal from a direct free kick by Alfie Connor, and a sixth after 68 minutes when Jake Kerins claimed his second goal of the match with a low shot following a corner.   At that point with all the St Neots substitutes on, Haverhill bravely adopted a more attacking approach – and it quickly paid off.   With fifteen minutes left a Jude White shot was deflected to Emery Pruden who netted to make it 6-2 and the home side had the final word three minutes later when a Palmer shot rebounded from the cross bar and Pruden claimed his second goal.

St Neots:  Philp, Kerins, Smith, Rhiney, Goode, Shaw, Gomersall, Connor, N’Kala, Bennett,  Mutswunguma

Subs:  Joseph, Walker, Sutton, Logan, Quigley and McCormick.

Cards:  Mutswunguma (Y – 79 mins)

Goals:  Kerins 2 (13 & 68 mins), Goode (22 mins), Mutswunguma (32 mins), Rhiney (40 mins), Connor (59 mins)

Referee:  Reg Barker (Mildenhall)


John Walker


St Neots Town       0         Milton Keynes Dons      6        


In their final home pre-season friendly, St Neots were outclassed by the full Milton Keynes Dons Football League side in a fairly one-sided contest.   However, it will have been a good learning curve for the fledgling St Neots side who never gave up trying despite the score line mounting against them.   Conditions worsened in the second half as the rain arrived, but the two sides produced an entertaining show for a very good-sized crowd with the visitors appreciating the run-out following the postponement of their previous match.

St Neots made a bright start when after just three minutes Prince Mutswunguma netted but was denied by a marginal offside decision.   The visitors then settled with Kieran Agard having two early chances – one well saved by James Philp and the second ballooned over the bar.   However, they did go ahead after 14 minutes when from a Hiram Boateng corner, Baily Cargill shot home through a packed area.  Boateng then saw a shot rebound from the woodwork and despite having little attacking play of note St Neots persevered and Joe Sutton shot wide after good work by skipper Jake Kerins.   Philp was the busiest man on the field saving well from Joe Mason and Jordan Houghton and he impressed with a double save to deny David Kasumu and Ayard.   However, the constant pressure by the visitors paid off with two further goals in as many minutes just before the break.   The impressive Hiram Boateng made it 2-0 with a fierce close range shot into the roof of the net and Kieran Agard scored a third goal with a tap-in.

The Dons made no fewer than nine half time changes and the replacement players took up where the senior side had left off scoring twice in three minutes within ten minutes of the resumption.   The first was probably the pick of the bunch with a four man move setting up Callum Brittain and then a defensive error let in Jordan Bowery for goal number five.   St Neots then held out for more than half an hour gradually gaining in confidence and sharing the play more evenly and creating openings of their own.   Kerins joined the attack to shoot over the bar and Joe Sutton shot wide after a good build-up.   Sam Gomarsall was then brought down on the edge of the area, but the chance went begging and after Philp had made a fine save to deny Brittain, the visitors had the last word with their sixth goal four minutes from time claimed by Joe Walsh.

St Neots:  Philp, Kerins, Quigley, Rhiney, Walker, Shaw, Gomersall, Sutton, N’Kala, Joseph, Mutswunguma

Subs:  Connor, Harris, Logan, Olive, O’Hara and Marcelle.

Cards:  Shaw (Y – 39)

Goals:  none


MK Dons:  Nichols, Sorinola, Reeves, Martin, Poole, Cargill, Kasumu, Houghton, Mason, Boateng, Agard

Subs:  Moore, Walsh, Brittain, Harley, Lewington, Asonganyi, McGrandles, Bowery, Davies, Nombe, Pattison.


Goals:  Cargill (14 mins), Boateng (37 mins), Ayard (38 mins), Brittain (51 mins), Bowery (54 mins), Walsh (86 mins)


Referee:  Ollie Mackey


John Walker


St Neots Town       1         Biggleswade Town       3        

St Neots continued their pre-season build up as they hosted Step Three neighbours Biggleswade Town who had only narrowly missed out on a play-off place last season.   It was an entertaining match with the visitors’ deservedly running out victors’ courtesy of a strong second half performance.   The visiting side contained seven former St Neots players in their squad including last season’s skipper Matt Miles and they had the greater share of possession, but home keeper James Philp was again in fine form denying the visitors on several occasions.

Sean Lucien was an early thorn in the St Neots’ side using his pace to work possession but each time he shot wide.   St Neots first effort from Jake Kerins was easily gathered by Sam Donkin and then Liam McDevitt hit the St Neots crossbar following a corner.   A Liam Brookes shot was turned away for a corner by Philp, but after 21 minutes the Waders went ahead as the St Neots defence was exposed and Drew Richardson and Joe White set up the unmarked Sean Lucien to break the deadlock.   St Neots’ response came as Lee Watkins shot just wide after unselfish play by Tim N’Kala and Philp denied White in a Biggleswade break.   Ten minutes before the break St Neots hit back as Jacob Joseph beat a thinly disguised offside trap to advance on goal to level the scores.   A low save from Lucien kept St Neots on terms and the same visiting player had the chance to restore the visitors’ lead two minutes before the break from a harshly awarded free kick but once again Philp saved well.

The visitors began the second half strongly and Joe Walker had to clear off the line to deny Matt Ball following a Drew Richardson corner, but the pressure was maintained and when Joe Sutton tripped Lucien, a penalty kick was awarded, tucked away by Joe White.   Sutton made amends by setting up substitute Dylan Logan, but his effort was wide and then Joseph sent a fierce drive over the bar.   As the half progressed the visitors seemed to grow in confidence and White spurned two excellent chances to increase the lead with an off-target finish and a header that rebounded from the woodwork.   Philp produced the save of the match to deny substitute Kayne Jones after a defensive error and the Waders confirmed their victory with an 83rd minute third goal from Joe White.   St Neots final effort from Kerins was well saved by Donkin.


St Neots:  Philp, Kerins, Smith, Rhiney, Walker, Shaw, Watkins, Sutton, N’Kala, Joseph, Gomarsall

Subs:  Quigley, Harris, Logan, Olive, and Fulianty.

Cards:  none

Goal:  Joseph (35 mins)


Biggleswade:  Donkin, Miles, Marsh-Brown, Forbes, Gent, McDevitt, Lucien, Richardson, White, Ball, Brookes

Subs:  Soares, Reid, Bradshaw, Allinson, Smith, Thomas, Jones.


Goals:  White 2 (54 & 83 mins), Lucien (21 mins)

Referee:  Ashley List


John Walker

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