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VACANCY: DISABILITY DEVELOPMENT OFFICER

VACANCY: DISABILITY DEVELOPMENT OFFICER

The Town Foundation – the Club’s official registered charity – is recruiting a Disability Development Officer to join its team.   Full information on the role, including how to apply, is below.   DISABILITY DEVELOPMENT OFFICER   Salary £21,000 - £25,000   Location Leeds Road Sports Complex, Leeds Road, Huddersfield, HD2 1YY   Type of Contract Fixed Term – proposed 18-month ...
Posted: Feb 2018
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JOIN TOWN'S CHAIRMAN AT THE BIG SLEEP OUT!

JOIN TOWN'S CHAIRMAN AT THE BIG SLEEP OUT!

Huddersfield Town Chairman Dean Hoyle, alongside Town Foundation Trustees Janet Hoyle and Sean Jarvis, will join local dignitaries and supporters alike to brave the outdoors for a night at the John Smith's Stadium to raise money for charity.   The ‘Big Sleep Out’ will see the John Smith’s Stadium open its doors to fundraisers this March to raise money for charities supporting homeless people in our local community under t...
Posted: Jan 2018
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HTAFC PARTNERS WITH LOCAL COLLEGE TO MEET PREMIER LEAGUE STANDARD

HTAFC PARTNERS WITH LOCAL COLLEGE TO MEET PREMIER ...

Huddersfield New College (HNC) and Huddersfield Town Association Football Club (HTAFC) today announced an exciting new partnership which will see the award winning College working with HTAFC as the Club works towards its goal of being awarded the Premier League Equality Standard.  Following the promotion to the Premier League, HTAFC is working towards the Premier League Equality Standard. This is awarded to clubs who demonstrate a commitmen...
Posted: Jan 2018
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Local School Competes in the Premier League's Enterprise Challenge

Local School Competes in the Premier League's Ente...

Westborough High School represented Huddersfield Town in the Play-Offs of the Premier League’s Enterprise Challenge at the King Power Stadium on Tuesday 16 January 2018. The pupils competed against representative schools from Derby County, Norwich, Middlesbrough and Aston Villa, who all pitched ideas on how to make their home stadiums more inclusive to a panel of judges. The five Westborough students - Ahmed Etorki, Nayab Mirza, Usman Qai...
Posted: Jan 2018
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