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9 January 2013

Brentford Football Club Community Sports Trust projects

The Brentford FC Community Sports Trust is involved in a range of projects. 
Here is a quick summary of some of them and notes on who to contact and how you can get involved. 
Full details of these events and session timetables are available on the Trust website at 

Be a mascot – Both children and adults can lead the team out as a matchday mascot. 
Included in the package is the chance to meet the players and get their autographs before the game in the dressing-room and warm up on the pitch alongside them. 
50/50 ticket offer – If you would like the chance to see a Brentford match and raise money for your community group or club, then our 50/50 ticket offer is for you. 
The scheme is open to any group which serves as part of the wider community. 
The group receives match tickets from the Trust which they then sell to their members with the profits split 50/50 between the two organisations. 
For more details or to book these or any other of our matchday activities, please contact Amy Crook at 

The ever-popular soccer schools will take place once again during February half-term with a discount for early booking. 
You can book online at or by cash or cheque at the Trust office at 37 Half Acre, Brentford. 
For more information or a booking form please call us on 0844 247 2889. 

The Trust runs two Saturday morning Soccer Schools which both restart on January 12. 
They are for boys and girls aged five to 12 and take place at GOALS Soccer Centre in Isleworth and Heston Sports Centre. 

The Trust’s Kickz programme running across Ealing, Hounslow and Richmond is part of a national sports and activity-based youth inclusion scheme which is delivered by more than 40 professional football clubs across the country. 
It offers free sports-based sessions for 48 weeks of the year along with education workshops. 
Young people can also gain sports-based qualifications and are encouraged to volunteer at the activity sessions. 
For more details please email 

If water sport is your thing, then the Trust can help you take part. 
We provide lessons in canoeing, kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding and development training programmes to schools, youth and community groups from our base underneath Kew Bridge. 
The Arch also offers a social programme and caters for participants with learning and physical disabilities. 
Part of the canoeing activities is the West London White Water project which, among other things, organises weekend trips around the UK. 
For more information please contact Hila Coggans at

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