Recent CADSA members' newsletters.


Hello all, here is another of our newsletters to add to your collection! 
It has been a while since the last one so I hope your New Year has been OK so far, and that includes attending Charlton matches. 
We are holding a Committee Meeting at the Bugle Horn, Charlton Village on Thursday 28th February at 8pm so if you have any matters regarding disability at the club please get back to me at  and we will discuss your comments at the meeting. 
Similarly, the club are holding a Fans' Forum meeting this Wednesday 20th February so, again, if you have any matters you wish to be raised please get back in contact by Wednesday afternoon. 
Level Playing Field, the organisation that promotes disability attendance at various sporting events in Britain and abroad, hold an annual event called Weeks Of Action where individual clubs can highlight their disabled fans. We are going to have a “pennant swap” with the Portsmouth Disabled Supporters Association at our match on 9th March and the photos will be available on our website at ​ 
Following on from some concerns over the condition of a few of the headphones supplied to the partially sighted and blind fans at the club we have purchased six new ones which were available from the Southend match onwards and can be collected from the West Stand reception pre match. 
Finally, the EFL are asking fans to take part in a fans survey which can be found at
OK,so let's hope for the right results for the remaining matches and I'll see you at Wembley?  Fingers crossed. 
All the best.

Tony Farrell 

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August/ September 2018.

 Welcome to another edition of our newsletter.
Some changes to the ticketing system have occurred over the summer, with the introduction of online booking for disabled fans being the main one, and long overdue in our opinion. Information on the use of the ticketing website can be found at: 
Both the website and phone lines are closed 2 hours prior to kick off so the only way to buy tickets during this period is in person at The Valley ticket office, which will incur an additional charge of £3 per ticket. Be warned!
If you are planning to use the wheelchair bays for any of our home Cup matches this season the only ones the club are making available are at the front of the West Stand, which are un-covered. We had been promised a few covered wheelchair spaces for these games but the ongoing financial restraints have put paid to that promise.
CADSA are planning to pay for an alternate solution and we will inform you all when this is finalised.CADSA are also continuing to pay for disabled supporters' ticket prices for away matches this season. Details can be found at:
Finally, we have been able to resurrect our annual Quiz Night for this year and it will be taking place in Bartrams @ The Valley on Friday November 16th at 7pm.
We look forward to seeing you there !
All the best.

Tony Farrell 



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