The Club has been approached to take part in a very worthwhile initiative.
South Staffordshire District Council, the Police, Fire Service, Youth Service and other partners are trying to put together a 12 month project to tackle anti-social behaviour in South Staffordshire villages on Friday and Saturday evenings (6.00 p.m. – 12 midnight) commencing June 2014.
The idea is that a multi-agency team of people will be ‘out and about’ in targeted areas engaging with groups of young people and signposting them to other activities. They also have funding for community based sports activities which will be run in tandem to this project.
Are there any volunteers from within the club (parents, family friends etc) who would be interested in being part of this worthwhile project? Some funds will be available – details to be confirmed – at least expenses, mileage etc.
In addition we may be asked to put on football sessions for youths – there will be funding for this. Again – any coaches willing to take part.
We would hope that within the many volunteers and friends of the club, a number of people could step forward to help tackle this issue in our community.
Please leave a message here if you would like to express an interest.
Come on! Let’s do our bit!

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