The club are delighted to announce, that its Christmas bag pack, which was arranged with assistance from our local Tesco’s store was a huge success.
With the help of the clubs Staff, PASE Academy, First Team Players and Management team. The club operated a shift system over the three days. The monies raised was much needed for both our local Day Centre and Mencap groups.
The aim was very simple, we wished to raise enough money over the three days to buy the group a complete playing kit and the much needed equipment to create a brand new disability team. Any further funds would help with other Club initiatives for further group inclusion throughout 2017.
Cameron Mawer BWFC’s Head Community Coach said “We did in fact hit our target figure on the second day, as both Tesco’s, their staff and the general public were fantastic to us and, everyone associated with our club was also only too pleased and proud to do their bit”..
“I now can’t wait to place the kit order and see both of the groups in their new kit and participating in games. Some of the group we were raising funds for, even managed to pop along to Tesco’s to see the good work being done by our staff, our Academy and first team players.
“So can I thank everybody over the three days, who gave so generously and can I thank everyone, who gave up there time to help with the Christmas bag pack. The town are so supportive and through their efforts, we can now continue the clubs work and our aim throughout 2017, is to reach out too as many local people within our community as possible”..