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Shining a light on some of our work in the local community

15 October 2021

Saturday's game against Mansfield Town is the club's annual Community Day, where we shine a light on some of the club's work in the local community. We are looking forward to welcoming some of the below groups to the game.

We welcome our Premier League Kicks groups from - Queensway, Hemmingwell, Wellingborough. The Premier League Kicks programme offers free weekly football sessions with NTFC Community Trust Coaches aiming to provide activity for young people aged 8-18 to improve personal skills as well as football skills. Working in partnership with Northants Police and Premier League Charitable Fund as well as local partners. Check the PL Kicks page online.

Welcome also to the Northants emergency services cadet leaders, who are bucket collecting and talking to the public about the work the cadets do. Programmes Manager Anna Letts has trained the Northampton Cadets as Crime ambassadors through PL Kicks. They will be delivering crime awareness workshops in primary schools alongside Northamptonshire Police. For more information, please visit

Also in attendance will be the Northampton Town Walking football team, who train every Saturday morning at Goals from 9.30am to 12pm, along with players from our Downs Syndrome Squad, Cerebral Palsy players and Pan Disability players who all train on a weekly basis. The squads are looking to increase their numbers so they can play fixtures vs other teams. For more information and to sign up please visit

A huge welcome to the members of our partner schools in attendance on Saturday. Students from Irchester Primary School, Finedon Mulso Junior School and Higham Ferrers Junior School - we hope you enjoy the game.

We welcome 18 members of the Northampton Branch of a National Hindu Community group, who support and deliver local charity evets and lead weekly leadership skills workshops to children and young people

15 members are here from the Sikh community group based at the Sikh Community Centre in Northampton, they hold events for local Sikh community, work alongside other interfaith communities to promote social cohesion and also a branch of the Midlands Langar Sewa Service where they provide meals for the homeless on a weekly basis

We welcome many participants from our Fit Cobblers and Man v Fat sessions which target men to make lifestyle behaviour changes and move towards a healthy lifestyle. More information about the programmes can be found on our website-

Welcome to participants who are part of the junior membership at the Trilogy gyms who take part in weekly football sessions at Duson and Lings Leisure centres.

Welcome also to our u13 and u14 girls PDC players who will be in attendance. To sign up to our women and girls’ programmes please visit

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