School’s Out had another successful summer as the holiday scheme facilitated 3845 attendances over the 4 ½ week period. The scheme is popular due to its range of sporting activities available, from racket sports to dodgeball and of course football. Another attractive feature is the cost, with daily sessions only setting parents back by £1
Get down to one of Nottingham’s Leisure Centre’s this April half-term to make the most of our fantastic Holiday offer. Portland Centre, Clifton LC, John Carroll LC, Southglade LC and Minver Crescent Sports Hall all host the school holiday scheme that will cost you just £1 per day! Starting at 9am the scheme, run in
Thursday 17th March will play host to Football in the Community’s first wine tasting evening to raise money for charity. It will be held at the Malt Cross Caves. Make sure you don’t miss out to get in on this offer and arrange a surprise for your other half. Live entertainment, combined with the atmosphere
Book from Monday 7th February. School’s Out runs Monday to Friday from 9am until 4pm at 5 sites over the city. Click on this article for more information.
Nottinghamshire cancer patients to help shape future services People affected by cancer in Nottinghamshire are being invited to help shape and improve their local cancer services as part of a three million pound cancer improvement programme to radically transform cancer care across the county. Notts County FC Football in the Community is working with Macmillan Cancer
Why we need your help The ITV People’s Millions vote is TODAY (Monday 24th Nov), Team Nottingham is up against another funding bidder. The project with the most votes by midnight, tonight, wins the funding they have applied for. If Team Nottingham win they will be awarded £50,000 to start up a project to tackle child
Football in the Community received funding from Premier League Creating Chances and Sport England to deliver and encourage young people to take up new sports featured in the Olympics. We deliver Hockey, Handball and Tennis within a number of Schools across Nottingham. The innovative Premier League 4 Sport (PL4S) project was started by the Premier
Notts County are leading the FA’s Women and Girls football project in Nottingham, funded by the Premier League Charitable Fund. Football in the Community have many female and male coaches committed to the development and promotion of the sport. The project will engage females between the age of 14 and 25, with sessions taking place