Fleetwood Town are thrilled to announce that our Community Trust will be sponsoring our home league fixture against MK Dons this Saturday.
Fleetwood Town Community Trust is a vibrant and active community project that aims to provide socially inclusive community, health, and education engagement programmes.
Using the power of the Football Club, they aim to make a difference to the lives of people within our communities through participation in sport and exercise.
During the Easter holiday period, the Community Trust provided five-star activities, with their dedicated team of coaches engaging with a total of 1239 children over 8 days across their five venues, which included Shakespeare Primary School, Fleetwood’s Charity School, Carleton Green Primary, Poolfoot Farm Sports & Leisure Complex, and YMCA Lofthouse.
Inclusive of these venues, the Trust offered free provision to children who were eligible for free school meals in Wyre.
These local holiday clubs are part of the Government’s Holiday Activities and Food Programme (HAF)Backed by a nationwide investment of up to £200 million, the programme enables children and young people to enjoy fun activities with friends, and learn to develop new skills.
The children at the Trust’s clubs were able to enjoy daily, nutritious hot meals, as well as learning more about their own health and wellbeing.
Fleetwood Town’s Community Trust are currently recruiting new students aged 16 for the Sports College 23/24 Academic Year. To find out more about the course, follow the link HERE.