A steering committee has been formed by the club to assist chairman Stephen Cleeve behind the scenes as the Linnets continue to prepare for life in the National League North.
The committee, comprising of secretary Norman Cesar, director of football Rob Back, box office manager Zoe Sandle, programme editor Sue Wilson and media officer Mark Hearle met with Mr Cleeve on Thursday evening to discuss their ideas and receive an update from the chairman as to the latest developments behind the scenes.
Mark Hearle said: "Firstly I must thank Stephen for coming along and contributing to a productive first meeting.
"The main aim initially of the committee is to forge better communication links within the club so that things from the chairman down to the member of staff behind the bar is aware of what is going on within the structure of the club and can act accordingly.
"We have a small but very dedicated team of people behind the scenes whose only aim is to assist Stephen to produce a professional product and also make life easier for everyone.
"The upcoming scholarship scheme was also discussed as was the importance of getting existing and new sponsors on board early doors and to that extent Sue Wilson will be seeking sponsors for a variety of schemes we have planned.
"Sue also confirmed that she will continue to edit our matchday programme, which I feel was one of the very best in the league last season.
"We also plan to give a big push to the Friends pf the Linnets 12th man and monthly draw schemes which are already in place to bring more funds to the club and are a simple way to help the club in financial ways.
"An end of season presentation evening was also touched upon along with other matters.
"I’m also very keen to have more interaction with supporters on anything club related and ideas on how to progress the club in a forward direction and in the future would like to have some informal chats with fans after games in the clubroom at pre arranged events.
"These are exciting times for the club and supporters alike, which we must all embrace and make the most off."
Meanwhile, Bevan Asher has been appointed as the club's videographer for next season.
Speaking on the appointment, media officer Mark Hearle added: "I would like to welcome Bevan to the club and I look forward to working with him.
"We suffered a few problems on this front last season, but hopefully now these are a thing of the past and we can again provide match highlights and other products for our supporters to enjoy."