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Notts County FC Legends Join Forces to Tackle the Latest Peak District Challenge in Aid of FITC.

On Sunday the 10th June 2018, Notts County Football in the Community will once again be hosting the annual sponsored walk across the Peak District to raise funds for the life changing projects FITC run across Nottinghamshire. Last year almost 50 participants from the Cancer and Rehabilitation Exercise (CARE) programme, along with family, friends and FITC
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Join FITC on A Sponsored Walk through the Peak District

Following on from the hugely successful Bakewell Ramble in 2017, on Sunday 10th June 2018, FITC will be hosting another fantastic sponsored walk across the Peak District to raise funds for the life changing projects the charity runs throughout Nottingham. Last year’s event raised almost £5000 for FITC and was supported brilliantly by many of the
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Notts County FITC proud to support Amnesty International’s Football Welcomes weekend

Notts County Football in the Community (FITC) is proud to be participating in Amnesty’s Football Welcomes initiative this weekend (21st-22nd April) to celebrate the contribution refugee players make to the beautiful game. From a group of Spanish Civil War child refugees who sailed from Bilbao to safety in Southampton in May 1937 to the likes of Arsenal’s
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FITC host Show Racism the Red Card Event at Meadow Lane

On Tuesday 17th April 2018, Notts County Football in the Community (FITC) teamed up with Notts County FC and Show Racism the Red Card (SrtRC) to organise an anti-racism themed educational event for young people at Meadow Lane. In total, 120 children from 4 Nottingham schools attended the event, which saw Year 5 and Year 6
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FITC’s CARE participant taking on Swimathon 2018

Less than 9 months after being diagnosed with cancer, Ruth Humphreys, 38, a mum of two boys, is taking on Swimathon 2018 on Friday 27th April at Keyworth Leisure Centre where she will swim 1.5k (75 lengths of the pool). It’s her first big challenge since being diagnosed with Stage 2 Breast Cancer in August last
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