The Leamington Brakes footballers and Dunc’s family and friends need to raise £3500 to hold a CRY heart screening day.
FA reform to be debated in Parliament – how you can help show the importance of football to communities
Don’t delay – contact your MP today.
Sincere condolences to Neale’s Family, relatives and close friends – Neale joined the Brakes in summer 2001.
The Brakes Trust float at this year’s Leamington Carnival collected £104.80 for Side By Side Theatre Group.
It Takes Balls to Talk is a public awareness campaign which has been created to encourage people, particularly men, to talk about how they feel.
Leamington FC fans generally have a very good reputation within the game and this is something that both the Club and the Brakes Trust take seriously – a good reputation lost is difficult to regain.
I hope your meeting tonight is successful in encouraging Cov fans to take some real meaningful action.
Nick Rogers, chairman Brakes Trust.
The 2016 Annual General Meeting will be on Thurs 17 November, 7pm for 7:30 start in the Grey Hospitality Suite at the Phillips 66 Community Stadium.