An Evening With Colin Tattum

22 Jun 2024 | 0 comments

Blues Trust is delighted to announce that Colin Tattum, a media and PR professional, has kindly agreed to spend an evening with Trust members discussing all things Blues. That is likely to include some insight into the workings of the football club and the media at large, as well as the odd anecdote or two!

Colin has extensive experience in sports journalism, particularly football and especially so with Birmingham City FC.

He is well known to many Blues fans having worked for the Birmingham Post & Mail, Sports Argus and Sunday Mercury newspapers (in print and online) for 28 years. He was primarily Birmingham City FC correspondent and chief sports writer. In November 2014 he joined Blues as head of media and communications, a position that unfortunately came to an end due to redundancy caused by a ‘restructuring’.

Colin continues to take a close interest in the club he supports, and is the author of the Keep Right On blog.

The discussion with Colin will be held via Zoom conference call and will take place on Monday 8 July commencing at 7.00pm.

The meeting is for Blues Trust members. If you are not a currently a member you can still take part in the event if you join the Trust before midnight on Thursday 4 July.

The Trust is an independent and not for profit community benefit society that has been lobbying for the best interests of Blues supporters since 2012. We would be delighted to welcome you on board.

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