Manager Michael Duff is one of a number of individuals who will be on the panel for a question and answer session at the club's 2019 Open Day at the Energy Check Training Ground on Sunday.
The Robins boss will be joined by a member of his playing squad and Gloucestershire Live's Jon Palmer in a Q&A hosted by Sky Sports News presenter Ed Draper.
It's a great opportunity for supporters to find out more from the manager about how his plans have been shaping up ahead of the new League Two season.
The Open Day takes place between 11am and 1pm on Sunday at Quat Goose Lane in Swindon Village. The Q&A is set to begin at 11.30am.
All of the first team squad will also be present for supporters to meet, while there will be coaching sessions for visiting children to take part in with the Academy, Ladies and Community team hosting the sessions.
On top of that there will be the Speed Gun to test the speed of your shooting, the bar will be open, and to cap the day off a Legends team will take on a side of season ticket holders in a friendly. The Legends returning for the match were revealed yesterday.
If you would like to be entered into the ballot to play in the season ticket holders team then email firstname.lastname@example.org to be considered.
It's also been confirmed that the 1887 Red Army's new flag to celebrate the life of former Leyton Orient manager Justin Edinburgh who tragically passed away recently will be present for fans to see for the first time. The 1887 Red Army will also have an opportunity to donate to the recently set-up Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation - a charity related to heart or brain health set up in memory of Edinburgh.