After eight weeks of intensive training, our Health Manager Emma Trent finally got to step into the ring for her charity boxing bout to raise money for Football in the Community. Find out how she got on against her very experienced opponent… Fight night is over and what a great night it was. It was
Our Health Manager Emma Trent has been training for a couple of months now, and it all comes down to this – her fight is this weekend! Here she tells us how she’s feeling in her final training blog… The countdown is well on truly on! I only have a couple of days left
FITC Health Manager Emma is really getting into the swing of things as she prepares for her upcoming charity boxing bout. Find out more about how she’s enjoying the social aspect of the training, despite the late nights and early starts… So, we’re now into Week 3 of training and things are going really well.
Emma Trent, who is our resident Health Manager is stepping into the ring in a charity boxing match to raise funds for Notts County Football in the Community. Her training began in earnest this week when she joined up with her fellow contenders for 8 weeks of intense boxing training. Here she tells us how
On Saturday 14th July, a contingent of ready and willing runners descended on Nottingham Racecourse for a 5K with a difference – a route that included an inflatable assault course! 25 fantastic folks were completing the course in aid of Notts County FC Football in the Community – and we’d like to say a massive
We were delighted when Nottingham-based business TDX Group chose us as their Charity of the Year for 2018, and they’ve now set up a special charity boxing event to raise funds for our vital programmes. Run by White Collar Boxing, up to 30 brave warriors will take to the ring after eight weeks of extensive
You may have noticed over the last few weeks that Notts County Football in the Community (FITC) have released our brand new Charity Pin Badges and some well-known faces have been sharing their support of our charity via social media.
FITC and Notts County FC celebrate the ongoing commitment to community projects with 2017 Community Day against Forest Green Rovers.
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.
Shola Ameobi, Matt Tootle and Carl Dickinson amongst the special guests who joined the NCS graduate celebrations.