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A ROUND UP OF OUR WORK TO SUPPORT THE COMMUNITY THIS WEEK

A look at some of the work of the club and the Northampton Town Community Trust

1 May 2020

Northampton Town Football Club and the Northampton Town Community Trust are working hard to support the community of Northampton and beyond during this coronavirus outbreak.

During the past few weeks, club officials, staff and players have continued to make phone calls and send videos and messages to supporters to check on their wellbeing, lift spirits or to generally help out. This work is ongoing and we would like to say thank you to everyone who has taken one of our calls so far, it has been great to speak to you!

Some of the other highlights this week have included:

The Northampton Town Community Trust delivered their Extra Time group meeting via Zoom as they went through some activitaion exercises 
Keith Curle called sponsors Sixfields Travel Club to thank them for their support 
The Northampton Town Comminuty Trust Extra Time Hub Coffee Club took place on Friday morning 
Under 18s coach Jon Brady is running a half marathon on Saturday to raise funds for the NHS charities 
The phone calls to supporters continued
The players are currently thanking their sponsors this season 
Akshay Mistry from the club's Community Trust gave you some work out ideas 
We supported the Northampton Hope Centre's Big SleepIn 
We also offered our support to Cynthia Spencer's Cycle4Cynthia
The Northampton Town Community Trust had an excellent virtual turn out for their Extra Time Coffee Club 
The Community Trust were also able to deliver some Kindles and exercise bands to members of the Extra Time Hub thanks to support from the Bring Joy Foundation

The Northampton Town Education programme have continued to deliver many hours of education to students from across the club's Academy, Football & Education and inclusion programmes, using a range of technology and there is of course plenty more to come, while under 18s coach Jon Brady and Club Doctor Mary McCracken shared some of their expertise with supporters via online videos or articles.

Northampton Town Football Club and the Northampton Town Community Trust will continue to offer as much support as we can to those in need through this period of uncertainty and we look forward to the day when we can get together again at the PTS Academy Stadium!

In the meantime, if you wish to support the work of the Northampton Town Community Trust, we have plenty of items on our official ebay site ending in the next seven days with profits to the Northampton Town Community Trust.


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