Community Trust

Dates announced for Community Trust’s May half-term sports camps

The Trust are delighted to announce dates for the upcoming May half-term sports camps, which will see a new venue for the second week. After the April half-term sports camps being well attended from start to finish, it was discussed by the staff to open these camps up again – which we are really excited …

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Easter Holiday Sports Camps kick-off on Monday morning

Schools across Wyre and Fylde are breaking up for the Easter Holidays today, and we are opening up three venues for fun and exciting activities from Monday 8th April onwards. After the success of the February half term sports camps, we are pleased to say we are now open for Easter, for TWO whole weeks! The sessions …

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How the Trust are helping young footballers in the local community

Fleetwood Town Community Trust currently have over 450 children signed up to their Football Development pathway centres across the Fylde Coast. These sessions are aimed at boys and girls aged between 3-8 years-old and are designed to help develop the children’s football skills, whilst also improving their social skills by meeting new friends outside of …

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The Community Trust review of 2018, and a look ahead to the new year

Over the past 12 months, Fleetwood Town Community Trust has grown massively and now we reflect back on 2018 and what is to come in the new year. Fleetwood Town Community Trust continues to surpass the targets and when we look back at 2018, it was another fantastic year for the charity. The Trust has …

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Community Trust hold EFL Kids Cup tournament at Poolfoot Farm

Fleetwood Town Community Trust hosted their round of the EFL Kids Cup competition at Poolfoot Farm last Friday, with 33 local primary school teams competing. Each team was allowed a maximum of 8 players, with the Fleetwood Town hosting some 264 children and around 100 parents from across the Fylde Coast. The winners of the …

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