FITC and Notts County FC celebrate the ongoing commitment to community projects with 2017 Community Day against Forest Green Rovers.
Notts County FITC and Nottingham Mental Health Awareness Weeks invite you to The Portland Centre for an afternoon of free activities, speeches, workshops and special guests.
With clear blue skies and the weather topping 19c for an autumn afternoon, 13,000 people including 33 supporters of Football in the Community descended upon Nottingham’s Embankment for the 2017 Ikano Bank Robin Hood Marathon.
Notts County and Notts County FITC distribute 5,000 free tickets to primary schools and FITC project participants to celebrate their continued community investment.
Shola Ameobi, Matt Tootle and Carl Dickinson amongst the special guests who joined the NCS graduate celebrations.
Notts County FITC launches the 3rd year of the +Sport Move and Learn Project, in partnership with Ferrero and the EFL Trust.
Thursday 14th September saw business leaders from across the county visit Meadow Lane for a network breakfast and briefing attended by The Friary’s Sam Crawford and Emmanuel House’s Denis Tulley. With just under 3 weeks to go before the CEO Sleepout, preparations are well underway with almost 90 of Nottinghamshire’s business leaders pledging both time
August 2017 was a milestone month for FITC’s CARE programme with new co-ordinator Stephen List joining the project and CARE celebrating their 100th week in delivery.
With only five weeks to go before the sleepout, over eighty of Nottingham’s CEOs and business leaders have now signed up to brave the cold of an October night at Meadow Lane to support local charities.
NCS Notts County have enjoyed record numbers of participants aged between 16 and 17, with over 500 young people proudly saying ‘Yes to NCS’.