Harrogate Town have announced changes to their management board.
General manager Garry Plant has been promoted to become the club’s new managing director.
Wetherby Athletic chairman and entrepreneur Angus Taylor has been made marketing and media director and Ged Maloney was added as commercial director.
The pair will join existing voluntary directors Howard Matthews, Tad Nowakowski, David Bolton, Clive Dunnington and Richard Crabb.
Chairman Irving Weaver said: “This is my team selection.
“Ged has been with us helping for the last two years, we have just formalised it into a directorship.
“Angus is the next generation. It is important to look at young minds and young attitudes.
“They will both help lower the load from Garry and myself. We are starting to get some proper quality at director level to push this club forward.”
Meanwhile, Town have frozen season ticket and match day ticket prices for next season.
Season tickets cost £190.00 (standing) and £209.00 (seated). Concessions cost £105 (standing) and £124 (seated).
U-18s prices are £40 (standing) and £59 (seating).
Matchday tickets will cost adults £12, concessions £7 and under 18s £3, with £1 extra for seating.