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Autistic students participate in Every Player Counts project activities

Bolton St Catherine’s Academy, booked in for 6 weeks of football sessions through our Every Player Counts project. The students who have autism, first came to us at Bolton Wanderers very quiet and shy, whilst being quiet wary of the new surroundings and new coaches they met, however it only took the first session to…

Tom’s Story – #AutismAwarenessWeek

Tom is a member of the Bolton Wanderers Disability Football Club and enjoys playing football under the guidance of the coaches in the Community Trust. On #AutismAwarenessWeek, his mother Jen Bracegirdle spoke to bwct.org.uk about her son’s story and how being involved in football has helped him to improve his personal skills and his physical…

Trustee’s words for Birthday Girl on #WorldDownSyndromeDay

Paul Holliday is the Head of Marketing & Communications at Bolton Wanderers and is also a Bolton Wanderers Community Trust Trustee.  His daughter Isabella has Down Syndrome and today marked her 14th Birthday, which annually coincides with #WorldDownSyndromeDay. Paul penned some lovely words yesterday, dedicated to Isabella, beautifully marking #WorldDownSyndromeDay and perhaps #WorldPoetryDay somewhat, as…

World Down Syndrome Day – Ethan’s Story

A young lad with Down Syndrome, Ethan is a participant at our Junior Disability Football Sessions and it is clear, he has benefited greatly from being part of a group of people his own age and with the same intentions – to enjoy taking part in playing football whilst socialising with people who have now…

Bolton Wanderers Community Trust in Numbers

Following on from the annual EFL Day of Action, which presents all of the Community Trusts and Foundations around the leagues the opportunity to showcase the work that they do to a wider audience, we are bringing you the numbers and statistics behind the hard work done in the Bolton Wanderers Community Trust. Focusing on…

Introducing the EFL Extra Time Hub! 

  Would you like to meet like-minded people in your area and bring your free time alive? We are bringing retired and semi-retired people together! Introducing the EFL Extra Time Hub!  Bolton Wanderers Community Trust have become one of 12 football club Trust/Foundation organisations across the country to introduce the newly-formed EFL Extra Time Hub.…

Positive feedback for Mini Ballers sessions

Hi there,   I am contacting you regarding a Mini Ballers session that was delivered at our setting recently. Can I first start by saying what a wonderful package this is. It fits in perfectly with the EYFS curriculum and addresses many areas for development identified through current data, for children entering our school.    The…

Learn more about Internet Safety

Permission to share? Young people struggle to resolve “consent confusion” online  New research reveals the positives and challenges of young people sharing content online  Sharing content online seen as critical to connecting with the world and making a positive difference – but a lack of clarity around consent causes confusion and young people…

Let’s End Hate Crime – A partnership to be proud of

Bolton Wanderers Community Trust and Bolton Pride team up to deliver Hate Crime Awareness training. BWCT & Bolton Pride are delighted to announce their partnership in a new project to tackle hate crime and offer a legacy to Greater Manchester that Bolton communities can be proud of. As part of Hate Crime Awareness week 2019,…

Job Vacancy: Office Administrator

Job Title: Office Administrator Department: Bolton Wanderers Community Trust Base: University of Bolton Stadium, Burden Way, Lostock, Bolton, BL6 6JW Hours: 37.5 per week Salary: Available upon application Closing Date: Friday 1st February 2019 Interview Date: W/C Monday 11th February 2019 Responsible to: Business and Corporate Manager Purpose of role: To assist in the day…