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Community Trust Activity Update

During this new lockdown and set of restrictions Bolton Wanderers Community Trust, where possible, will continue to deliver our community programmes supporting the most vulnerable members of our community, ensuring that we are following Government, Premier League and EFL Trust guidelines. The charity has put in place measures to provide support for individuals that are…

An Interview with a participant of our LGBT Youth Club

Today, our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Lead, Beth Warriner, has been chatting to J – a participant of our LGBT+ Youth Club, which runs in conjunction with Bolton Council’s Play and Youth Service. If you would like any further information about the LGBT+ Youth Club, please contact bwarriner@bwitc.org.uk. Beth: Hey J! Could you introduce yourself?…

International Day of Persons with Disabilities – Olly’s Story

Earlier this year, during the lockdown and the tough times we all faced, we were given some fantastic positive news. One of our junior players, Olly, who also plays at CP United, received a very prestigious award. Olly won the famous Bobby Moore Award for 2020 for his efforts and impact in football. Olly is…

The importance of being an LGBT+ ally

There are many barriers to LGBT+ sport participation and Stonewall’s Rainbow Laces campaign emphasises the impact sport has on LGBT+ people and the impact LGBT+ people have on sport. In the lead up to BWFC’s Rainbow Laces fixture on Saturday 5th December against Port Vale, Bolton Wanderers Community Trust are promoting and discussing LGBT+ inclusion…

Bolton Wanderers Community Trust Supports Stonewall Rainbow Laces Campaign

At Bolton Wanderers we recognise that Clubs and communities are stronger when everyone feels welcome. That’s why we’re supporting the Stonewall Rainbow Laces campaign, by sharing positive news stories all week about our LGBT+ inclusion work. Each day this week, we will focus on a different key theme; including World AIDs Day, the importance of…

Community Activity Update

Bolton Wanderers Community Trust will continue to run a number of sessions and delivery of their community programmes, following Government, Premier League and EFL Trust guidelines. The Community Trust office will be closed until further notice, with staff working remotely from home but telephone lines will be open on Tuesdays 10am – 3pm and Fridays…

Ian Evatt supports Mind’s ‘Do one thing’ campaign

As part of the EFL’s charity partnership with Mind over the past two seasons, the EFL has worked with the mental health charity to launch a campaign to mark World Mental Health Day, which takes place on 10th October each year, with this year focusing on the ‘Do one thing’ campaign. As the partnership continues…

Tackle your weight with FIT TROTTERS

Do you want to tackle your weight? Bolton Wanderers Community Trust and Bolton Wanderers Football Club are helping fans to tackle their weight, get healthier and be happier by joining FIT FANS, a free 12 week programme at the University of Bolton Stadium. Following on from the success of our first cohort, we are now…