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New board member at Cheltenham Town

16 July 2015

Loyal fan joins Robins directors

Cheltenham Town are delighted to welcome David Bloxham to the board of directors.

A partner at Thomson and Bancks Solicitors, David is a long-standing supporter of the club and attended every game, home and away, last season.

The former Whitefriars School (now St Edward's) pupil is a family friend of Robins chairman Paul Baker.

David, 56, is father of Tim (24) and Rob (22), who are also regulars at Whaddon Road. 

He played Cheltenham League football for Shipton Oliffe and started watching the Robins before the historic reign of Steve Cotterill, soon becoming hooked.

David has been with Thomson and Bancks for 31 years, spending 30 of those in Tewkesbury, but he is now based at Imperial Square in Cheltenham.

He spent three years as chairman of the chamber of commerce in Tewkesbury and in his leisure time he enjoys walking, gardening and spending time outdoors.

Watch Paul Baker's interview with David here:



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