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BCFC Community Trust support local school event

Community Trust visit Starbank School Summer Fayre.

As a Club, we pride ourselves on our relationship with the local schools and community, and are always looking out for new initiatives that can engage the local region.

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Birmingham City Community Trust visited the Starbank School Summer Fayre on Friday 7 July. 

 

The annual event, which was held at Starbank School, attracted huge interest from schools and colleges across the local area.

The Club, in partnership with the Community Trust, delivered a wide-range of entertainment and activities throughout the day, including: a penalty shoot-out competition, a cross-bar challenge, and a football skills lesson.

Alongside all the fun and games, the Community Trust also ran a competition to win a pair of tickets to our opening game of the season.

In addition, the Club’s official mascots - Beau and Belle - were in attendance, bringing lots of joy, laughter and smiles to everyone’s faces.

Jamie Bunch, acting Head of Community, said: "It was a brilliant fun-filled day packed with lots of entertainment and activities for the youngsters, and a great chance for the Community Trust to further improve its association with local schools and colleges.

"We are looking to build and maintain a strong working partnership in and around the Birmingham region. It is important that we continue to develop local connections so that we are engaging with as many organisations as possible to gain maximum exposure.”

As a Club, we pride ourselves on our relationship with the local schools and community, and are always looking out for new initiatives that can engage the local region.

GALLERY: A selection of images from the Starbank School Summer Fayre. Photos by Club photographer Roy Smiljanic.

 

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