Welcome to my first monthly column here in The Shuttle, writes Kidderminster Harriers' owner Richard Lane.

I’m delighted to have the chance to discuss with the residents of the Wyre Forest and beyond some of the great things that are happening at Kidderminster Harriers Football Club.

Last month we appointed a new manager in Phil Brown.

In football, changing a manager can be one of the most difficult decisions to take, especially given the success we’d enjoyed over the last few years. Nonetheless, it was the right decision for the football club, and we are delighted at the progress Phil Brown has made so far, alongside his assistant Neil McDonald, their staff and the players.

We enjoyed an excellent win at home against Aldershot and it was absolutely brilliant to see a 3,000-plus crowd in attendance at Aggborough – and what an atmosphere we had on the day!

I have said during my tenure as owner that our main aim as a collective is to bring football to the people of the area and to give them memories and moments that will last, and that was one of those.

Long may that continue, and two additional, massive wins away from home last week have certainly helped.

As a club we have again reduced our admission prices for under-16s for our game against Oxford City this weekend.

We did this for the Aldershot game and had over 800 youngsters take up the offer. It would be great to top that figure this weekend, so whether you were at the game or whether you’d be coming to visit Aggborough for the first time, please come along.

Off the field, there is always something to get involved with thanks to our events programme, including evenings with England legend Stuart Pearce and the charismatic Ian Holloway.

The sports bar at Aggborough also opens six days a week, and we’ll soon be launching our free-to-download club App, which fans can use to keep up to date with everything happening at the Club

Come on you Reds!