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Brocklewood makes it through to the Semi Finals of the Kids Cup

Brocklewood Primary School missed out on a trip to Wembley losing out in the Semi Finals. Representing Notts County at the Regional Stage of the Kinder +Sport Kids Cup with the EFL. Having reached this stage with a penalty shootout victory over Heathfield Academy back in January, they travelled to Doncaster to compete against representatives […]

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Don Masson asks for your votes!

I am writing to ask for your help with a very important project at Notts County FC Football in the Community (FITC) whose ongoing community work I am proud to support. I was surprised to find out they deliver a project in primary schools that focuses on childhood development relating to confidence, self-esteem, concentration, teamwork [...]
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APPLICATIONS REOPENED: Coach Core Apprenticeship

COACH CORE APPRENTICESHIPS  WITH THE ROYAL FOUNDATION 20 positions available 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 to enjoy an intensive but [...]
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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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A Madrid adventure for Football in the Community’s BTEC Students

Programme Leader, Joe Williamson, at Real Madrid FC Sixteen students and three members of staff completed two fundraising events at the Co-operative in West Bridgford and Morrisons in Gamston over the Christmas period. The money raised helped contribute towards travel costs, and paid for tours of the Santiago Bernabeu (Real Madrid) and Vicente Calderon (Atletico Madrid) [...]
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YOUR NCS Summer. It all starts at YES.

Notts County’s National Citizen Service [NCS] Programme is in its third year of delivering a once in a lifetime experience for teenagers aged 16 and 17. Football in the Community are still recruiting participants for Summer 2017, as well as Team Leader's and Mentor’s who’ll guide the participants through their NCS experience. The programme offers [...]
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Perry Loscalzo

A Royal Graduation for Notts County apprentices

Prince Harry recently visited Nottingham to attend 2017 Coach Core Graduation. Football in the Community [FITC] had three Apprentice staff Graduate after working with their coaching and Leisure Centre team for a year whilst studying an NVQ at Level 2. We’d like to congratulate Macauley Mills, Perry Loscalzo and Cellan Brady for their achievement. Out [...]
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Thirty thousand books to be given away to schools who sign up to the Premier League Primary Stars programme

The Premier League will be giving away two thousand book boxes to primary school teachers who sign up to the new literacy offer available on the Premier League Primary Stars website. The book boxes, which contain 15 different titles from authors such as Julia Donaldson, Jacqueline Wilson and Dan Freedman, have been created in partnership [...]
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SIGN UP to volunteer in Kenya this autumn

Getting involved in international development projects doesn’t only look good on your CV but it also opens your eyes to new cultures, a different way of living, and helps you discover things about yourself that you didn’t already know. However the biggest advantage of volunteering to work abroad on one of Africa Adventures projects is [...]
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