At the beginning of the pandemic when football was haulted and lockdown began, one of our players thought of an idea to use our time at home wisely. As a club, part of a great community and town we want to give back to the people who have supported us throughout the years. We feel a responsibility to help and support the community, especially our players and volunteers. Our club represents a passion for growth and development, we want young girls and women to become confident not only in football but in life. Our ladies team hold a special bond, a team who have overcome defeat and worked together to support one another. That's why this campaign was so special to us. 

Sadly one of our players lost her father to Motor Nuerone Disease. This player's father was passionate about football in the community, so much so that he supported us. Before his passing his family were raising money for his treatment, sadly he died before he could receive it. The family made a generous donation to the club to celebrate their father's passion for football. 

As a club we want to support and raise both money and awareness for this charity as they were so special to our player's father. In order to raise money for Motor Neurone Disease we created a campaign, one that involved the ladies team and coaching staff. Even some of our volunteers took part in the event. 

Each player, coach and volunteer was asked to either walk, jog or run 5k in order to raise money. Players that took part each dontated £10 to Motor Neurone Disease. This was a great campaign for the club to come together and support our player and their family. We had a target of £500 which would help fund research and raise awarness for the charity.

We were humbled by the amount of support we were shown for this campaign. After only a couple of weeks of launching our campaign we had smashed our target of £500, once again we are thankful to everyone who took part and dontated to such an amazing cause. We ended up raising £645 for Motor Neurone Disease. The campaign is still active and online, if you would like to dontate please visit:

Your browser is out-of-date!

Update your browser to view this website correctly. Update my browser now