25 May 2018
May 25, 2018

Jack Brocklehurst has a Striking Future!

The AFC Fylde Community Foundation has offered a full-time 12-month apprenticeship to Jack Brocklehurst, from Lytham St Annes, following a turn-around in the 17-year-old’s life, as part of the Foundation’s Striking Futures programme. A year ago, Jack was out of education and looking for his next step in life. Based on a passion for sports.. read more →

AFC Fylde Community Foundation continue to offer 16-18-year olds the opportunity of further education with their innovative Futsal Scholarships programme. The Futsal programme is a two or three-year BTEC course that enables its young participants to work towards academic qualifications whilst taking part in physical activity. Futsal is a variant of football played on a.. read more →

AFC Fylde Community Foundation are committed to keeping youngsters physically active during the school holidays and continue to provide a safe and fun environment, thanks to strong local partnerships. A collaboration with Lancashire-based architect business, the Frank Whittle Partnership (FWP) Group means AFC Fylde Community Foundation can continue to provide their ever-popular half-term holiday camps… read more →

Almost 200 young people across the Fylde are on course for a brighter future thanks to the generous support of Beaverbrooks the Jewellers Charitable Trust. The company has given its backing and a £3,000 boost to an innovative programme delivered by AFC Fylde Community Foundation. The Early Action Work programme, part of the Foundation’s ground-breaking.. read more →

AFC Fylde Community Foundation are setting themselves up for even greater success throughout the community by taking on a new Head of Sport and Fundraising. The position has been taken by Mike Vernon, formerly of Fylde Coast YMCA. As part of his previous role, Mike had overall responsibility for all YMCA centres across the Fylde.. read more →