As almost fifteen months without matchday takings bites even deeper, online subscriptions are more of a lifeline than ever. We would also welcome advance orders for the print version, which will resume with the full return of fans to stadiums in August. Your support is critical. Thank you!
We would also welcome more advertising/sponsorship, which is equally a vital contribution to our ability to publish to the quality and frequency we do. Please contact us if you can assist.
We are delighted that W Sherry & Sons, Independent Funeral Directors and avid QPR supporters, will once again sponsor AKUTR's for the 2021/22 season. The much-respected company, with branches all over West London and Middlesex, have adopted the tongue-in-cheek slogan Rangers 'til I die on their familiar back-page advert in AKUTR's - but in the sad circumstances you should need to call on them, you will receive a highly professional and compassionate service. Our thanks to the Sherry family, as always.
We are also grateful to Ledra Consulting for once again sponsoring AKUTR's throughout the 2021/22 season. It is a small business focused on delivering specialist change management services for large public sector clients - and unsurprisingly is owned and run by an Upper Loft season ticket holder!
Would you like to get your bite-size view of the 2020/21 season in print? It's for our latest Vox Pop feature, and should only take a few minutes to do. If you want to take part, then email us at [email protected] and we'll send you the question. We will need your reply by no later than May 29th, 2021.
After a gap of over a year and a half, copies of our return-to-print issue, So Where Were We...?, have today been posted out to all print-version UK subscribers. We are currently updating our lists for subscribers outside of the UK and these will be posted out soon.
Copies of So Where Were We...? will be available before and after the Millwall game on South Africa Road and outside The Loft but NOT on Ellerslie Road. Subject to availability, copies will also be available at Orient, Hull and Middlesbrough.
Production of Issue 360, which will revert to A5 format, is already underway and planned for publication on August 21st, with the visit of Barnsley.