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Apply for a Coach Core Apprenticeship by April 21st

COACH CORE APPRENTICESHIPS 4 more positions available Deadline for applicants: Friday 21st April 2017 In July 2012, The Royal Foundation launched Coach Core; a new innovative and exciting sports coaching apprenticeship targeting young people who wish to gain further education and employment in sports. Since then, apprentices in cities across the UK have been able [...]
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FITC go on a Bakewell Ramble

FITC Go On A Bakewell Ramble On Saturday 24th June 2017, FITC are holding a Sponsored Walk around the Peak District to help raise funds for the work we do throughout Nottinghamshire. Our CARE project aims at supporting people throughout their recovery from Cancer and many of the participants from this programme are taking part [...]
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Notts County FC Football in the Community [FITC] are successful in their bid to win £50,000

FITC’s early-intervention schools project, named “Primary Goals 2” [PG2], has secured £50,000 funding from the Big Lottery through ITV’s The People’s Projects. FITC went head to head in the two week voting period with four other projects from the Midlands and managed to secure enough votes from the public to bring the funding to Nottinghamshire. [...]
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School's Out at John Carroll

How to keep your Magpies busy this Easter

Keep your 8 to 15 year olds engaged in sporting activities every Monday to Friday. Football in the Community run their School’s Out holiday scheme with Nottingham City Council. If you need some affordable child care for the school holidays or keen to make sure your children remain active and social during the school break. […]

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There’s still time to vote…

…for Primary Goals 2! If you haven’t already, please vote for Primary Goals 2 in The People’s Project online. Although the postal vote deadline has now closed you can still vote online until noon on Monday (3rd April). Your vote will help to secure £50,000 for Football in the Community’s Primary Goals 2 project which [...]
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Premier League launches most ambitious community programme to date

Premier League launches most ambitious community programme in aim to connect with 10,000 primary schools by 2019 • Premier League Primary Stars will provide free curriculum-linked teaching resources for girls and boys aged 5-11 • Free to download lesson plans, activities and video content are designed to inspire learning in Maths, English, PE and Personal, [...]
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