More than 50 Wealdstone fans attended the Supporters Club's question and answer session at Grosvenor Vale on Monday night.
They heard updates from Ray Kemp, Operations Manager of Ruislip Sports & Social Club, Stones chairman Howard Krais and manager Gordon Bartlett.
Kemp said progress had been made with the refurbishment of the social club, but stated there was still room for improvement to increase usage.
He also made an appeal to all supporters to make full and continuing use of its facilities beyond match days and asked for individual bookings for parties and events from friends and colleagues and well as outside hirers.
Chairman Krais, meanwhile, spoke about the season to date and financial matters and confirmed that the club had not budgeted for cup progress.
He added that the commercial department was doing an excellent job in a very tough sales environment.
Bartlett went on to give an update on team matters, taking questions from supporters, and highlighted the tremendous amount of work that went on behind the scenes to bring in new players.
GORDON Bartlett insists Wealdstone are on course to improve upon last season's 13th place finish in the Ryman Premier Division.
"We've fallen short of the expectations set out at the start of the season and know the areas where we want to improve," said the manager. "We've had a stuttering start but we have an ambition to finish above 13th this season and I still maintain that we are on course to do that."
WEALDSTONE reserves remain top of the Suburban League Premier Division, after beating Uxbridge 3-1.
Promising Frenchman Alioun Fall opened the scoring from Jamie O'Connell's precision pass after 40 minutes before stand-in skipper Jerry Logo was first to react in a goal-mouth scramble to make it 2-0.
It did not seem to be Uxbridge's day today as many of their shots struck the woodwork, but they did pull one goal back in the 50th minute, which stung the Stones into action.
After surviving a sustained preiod of home pressure, the Stones broke away through Fall, whose shot was saved only to fall into the path of Jamie O'Connell for an easy finish.
Wealdstone: Leggett, Duffy, Bailey-Griggs, Peace, Jones, Logo (cpt), Floweday, Trimm, Fall, O'Connell, Ali
THE Metropolitan Police are Wealdstone's opponents in the second round of the Isthmian League Cup.
The match is due to be played at Grosvenor Vale on Tuesday, December, 2 with a 7.45pm kick off.