SECTIONS of Prestatyn Town’s fanbase have agreed to explore the possibility of forming a Supporters’ Trust following a crisis meeting last week.

The JD Cymru North champions have undergone substantial changes since the end of the campaign, with chairman Jamie Welsh accepting the resignation of much-loved former boss Neil Gibson.

This also saw the majority of senior squad members and people behind the scenes also moving on, forcing the Prestatyn Town Supporters Club to hold a meeting via Zoom last Tuesday.

The chairman also attended the meeting, answering questions from the club’s fans regarding plans for the future and recent concerning events following the Football Association of Wales’ decision not to grant them a Tier 1 Domestic Licence on appeal.

It was also agreed by those in attendance that they will now begin gathering more information regarding a possible Supporters’ Trust down the line and how this would look to the current club or in the event a new fan-owned set-up was eventually established.

A statement on the Prestatyn Town Supporters Club’s Facebook page, read: “We would like to thank all our fans that attended the fans zoom meeting. We would also like to thank the chairman for attending.

“The idea of forming the supporters' trust was discussed last night and It was agreed to gather more information on how that looks and how it proceeds with Prestatyn Town Football Club or a new club going forward.

“We hope to have that information very soon and a recall of the fans will be asked in the very near future to see what the trust looks like. The response so far in wanting to get involved in the idea of the trust has been overwhelmingly positive and growing by the hour.”

Anyone wishing to know more information can contact the group through their social media channels.