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AITC WEEKLY ROUND-UP

26 July 2015



Albion in the Community has had a busy past couple of weeks, as the charity published its latest annual review.

The review gives an insight into the work which AITC continues to do across Sussex, with more than 30,000 people involved in a wide range of areas including health, education and disability.

Click here to find our more information about the annual review on AITC’s website.

AITC recently received what is believed to be its biggest single donation from 'BBC Children in Need.' It will help to fund the charity’s work in Whitehawk and Moulsecoomb. Click here to find out more information.

The trial date has been announced for AITC’s football centres which are linked to Brighton & Hove Albion’s academy. Players aged between the under-8 and under-13 age groups will be able to take part in the trials running on Tuesday 28th July. Click here to find out more information.

There was success for a number of AITC’s disabled teams and saw their achievements celebrated at a recent Sussex County FA awards ceremony. One of the charity’s Kicks teams also won a national tournament in Liverpool- beating teams from the host city and Arsenal.

Click here to read more about the success of AITC’s disability teams and here to read about the Kicks team’s tournament victory.

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The health department has launched a new skin cancer awareness campaign called 'Speak Up Against Skin Cancer'. Beram Kayal teamed up with AITC to urge local footballers to take precautions in the sun during their pre-season. Click here to read more.

Olympic gold medal figure skater, Jayne Torvill, took part in a wheelchair and powerchair football tournament. Click here to read more.

Powerchair player Matt Francis, who plays for Brighton & Hove Albion Powerchair FC, enjoyed a weekend training with the England team at St George’s Park. Click here to read more about Matt’s experiences and how AITC helped to fund his new specialist wheelchair.

Finally, AITC, along with Bruno and Inigo Calderon, are appealing to fans to sign up to sign up to the charity’s 25-mile and seven-mile sponsored South Downs charity treks, which takes place on Sunday 6th September. Click here for more details, including how to sign up.

UPCOMING HOME FIXTURES

ALBION V SEVILLA

SUNDAY 2ND AUGUST, KICK-OFF 4PM


ALBION V NOTTINGHAM FOREST

FRIDAY 7TH AUGUST, KICK-OFF 7.45PM



ALBION V BLACKBURN ROVERS

SATURDAY 22ND AUGUST, KICK-OFF 3PM



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