The SWDFEF is the South West Disabled Fans' Experience Forum and was created by David Munn (Yeovil Town DSA) and Nick Saunders (Exeter City DSA) in 2010.
For a more in-depth look at the SWDFEF, please read the short article below; there are also newsletters from the organisation below the article.
About the SWDFEF
The objective of the Forum is to provide a medium whereby everyone can exchange views, policies and practices concerning their own clubs and associations. We believe that this will assist all attendees in their efforts to improve their own club’s disabled facilities and standard of customer service given to disabled supporters. The primary result would be to improve the current disabled supporter’s experiences and encourage more disabled people to attend matches. As well as presentations by the various departments of the hosting club, we have presentations from Level Playing Field and The Football League.
The invites for each Forum, which is held at a different south west club in October each year, are sent to Disabled Supporters Associations, Disability Liaison Officers, Health & Safety Officers, Stadium Managers, Community Sports Trusts and also those who may deal with Disability from the following clubs: Bristol City; Bristol Rovers; Cardiff City; Cheltenham Town; Exeter City; Forest Green Rovers; Newport County; Plymouth Argyle; Swansea City; Swindon Town; Torquay United & Yeovil Town
2019 SWDFEF November Newsletter
includes Forum reports for SWDFEF, North East & East Midlands Forums
2019 SWDFEF August Newsletter
2019 SWDFEF May Newsletter