Rotherham United Community Sports Trust (RUCST) are pleased to announce the home fixture at the AESSEAL New York Stadium against Ipswich Town F.C will be the Community take-over day, the trust have previously been involved with match day events such as the open training session and the NCS take over day.
RUCST will be showcasing the work they do in the local community along with introducing performances and artists around the stadium to give a family fun atmosphere.
The Trust which works in partnership with Rotherham United Football Club, is a community development programme that works across the borough of Rotherham in deprived areas with different communities and age groups, delivering under the three main themes of the Football League Trust: Education, Health & Wellbeing and Sport and Community Development.
Jamie Noble, Head of Community said “We are delighted to host the community day on 22nd of April, it’s a great opportunity for our team to showcase the fantastic work they deliver to the local community”
“Everyone at the trust would like to thank Chairman Tony Stewart and Chief Operating Officer Paul Douglas for this opportunity and continued support with the work we deliver”
The event will run in line with the English Football Leagues Community Day of Action which is scheduled a few days after, on the 25th of April.
We are looking for the local community to be a part of this annual event, if you have any suggestions or you would like to get involved please contact either Chloe or Jamie on email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rotherham United Football Club: www.themillers.co.uk
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