2 days ago
📝 We were sad to hear of the passing of Frank Sealey early last Tuesday morning. Frank was a lovely man who always went out his way to speak to me when I was at SJP. He will be sadly missed by all who knew him.
Thank you Frank. RIP.
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Very sad news, RIP Frank. You did so much for others especially during your time at St Loye’s Foundation
If I’d never met Frank I’d have never met Andy and probably wouldn’t have heard about the great work ASF do in the community. He was indeed a lovely man.
Thank you to Jennifer Brooks
Chair of Ocean City PowerChair Football Club & SW League for sending these photos. Great to see we are making a difference. Good Luck in the forthcoming season from all at AS9. … See MoreSee Less
Thank you xx
The Adam Stansfield Foundation shared PL Kicks City Community Trust’s post.
1 week ago
Brad Hardware, 14 of Cranbrook has been named by Exeter City Community Trust as their Premier League Kicks Hero as part of the youth outreach programme 10 year anniversary. Brad has been recognised by the Exeter City Community Trust for going above and beyond his role as a participant at Cranbrook Kicks where he has volunteered to help run the primary Kicks session by helping to assist coaching staff.
His story has been immortalised in a comic illustration by renowned British Marvel Comics artist John McCrea, as part of the Premier League’s 10-year celebration of Kicks.
City community trust currently deliver Premier League Kicks in four different areas including Tiverton, Merrivale Road, Wonford and Cranbrook. Last year saw over two hundred young people engaging with City Community Trust through Premier League Kicks. Our Premier League Kicks programme offers more than just free football sessions but a variety of multi-sport sessions at selected venues as well as a successful Youth Club which includes pool, game consoles and table tennis. … See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
A massive thank you to Honiton Town youth FC for inviting us to yesterday’s tournament with our speed ball machine. To all the players who came to test their skills despite playing all day in the extreme heat and to the parents who kept getting pestered for another £1 coin due to the competitiveness of your children. We met children yesterday who told us their schools were using training kit for after school football clubs which the Foundation had provided. This is what we do with each and everyone of your £1 coins donated. Many many thanks for the support. Xx … See MoreSee Less
The Adam Stansfield Foundation added 2 new photos.
2 weeks ago
We are at Honiton Town Youth tournament today. Take care out there players, it’s extremely hot! Hope to see you all coming to have a go at testing your speed on the ball. X … See MoreSee Less