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Job Vacancy: Macmillan CARE Programme Coordinator

VACANCY Job title: Macmillan CARE Programme Coordinator Salary: £23,842 - £26,907 depending on qualifications, skills and abilities Location: Based at the Portland Centre in Nottingham Contract: 37.5 hours a week Closing date:  Noon on Friday 7th July 2017 Interviews will be held on: Friday 14th July. To apply: Please send a CV and cover letter
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A sad farewell to Sport 4 Thought

Wednesday 26th April was a very emotional day for the participants and wives of the Sport 4 Thought [S4T] programme. The project has been retired after running for 5 years due to a lack of funding and reduction in referrals. Notts County FC Football in the Community have funded S4T for the last year using money raised
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Goals for Life receives a visit from Alan Smith and Elliott Hewitt

The Alderman White School, which has recently received the OFSTED rating of Good, and in March hosted 2 special guests who were invited to attend a celebration of achievement by the Notts County supporter, Student Support Mentor Sam Neal. Alan Smith (former Manchester United and England) current player/coach at Notts County Football Club alongside his teammate
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Gill has taken part in CARE for approximately 18 months

CARE receives further funding from Macmillan Cancer Support

The partnership between Football in the Community [FITC] has become very strong over the last two years through working together on FITC’s Cancer and Rehabilitation Exercise [CARE] Programme. CARE has become very successful and Macmillan Cancer Support has invested another year’s worth of funding to keep the programme running within the city. Participant, Graham Crip,

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The Positive Goals League received a visit from the Continental Cup winners Nottingham Panthers last week

Betteridge lends some support from the side-lines A snowy Thursday 10 February hosted a Positive Goals League tournament at Harvery Hadden Sports Village. Funded by Nottinghamshire FA and the Nottingham Disability Football Family, Football in the Community organised 7 mental health football teams to come together and play a friendly 5-a-side tournament. Teams AMH, ANCIL
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