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Community Fund Grant Beneficiaries Take Centre Stage

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A NUMBER of local groups and organisations who have benefitted from Stoke City Community Fund grants this year were special guests of the Club at a recent game at the bet365 Stadium.

Representatives of Sandbach United Girls F.C., Eastwood Hanley F.C., Norton Development Sports Club, Artlkin, St Georges Knights Disability Team, Heron Cross allotments and the Young at Heart Group came along to the Potters’ game against Swansea earlier this month.

Among the items purchased with help from Community Fund grants were a defibrillator, coach development for girls, panel fencing and art and craft equipment.

The Fund is a grants scheme which funds small, local community-based projects in Staffordshire and South Cheshire.

To make an application for a grant, click here

Stoke City Football Club would like to thank the Community Fund sponsor Sabit Ltd for their continued support.

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