The Leamington Brakes footballers and Dunc’s family and friends need to raise £3500 to hold a CRY heart screening day.
Author: Nick Rogers
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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.
Club Memorabilia survey, suggestions and donate for re-framing etc costs
Watch the game on large screens from the terrace or in the bar. Family friendly with food. Minibus from town.
Update: Thurs 25th Feb – the club has arranged an open meeting on Friday 4th March, and we hope that it can be a positive move forwards.