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KONGOLO VISITS BIG CHANT WINNERS

KONGOLO VISITS BIG CHANT WINNERS

The winners of the Big Chant 2018 were surprised by a visit from Town’s Terence Kongolo on Friday 4 May 2018.  The defender visited pupils at Hepworth Junior and Infant School, who won the competition for their chant about Town striker Steve Mounié. Terence also handed out clappers with the winning chant on, and presented Years 5 and 6 with a signed ball.  Over 2300 pupils from more than 50 different schools across Kirkl...
Posted: May 2018
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ONE CLUB, ONE COMMUNITY AGAINST HATE CRIME

ONE CLUB, ONE COMMUNITY AGAINST HATE CRIME

90 pupils were thoroughly engaged at the Huddersfield Town Foundation’s educational ‘Show Racism the Red Card’ and ‘One Club, One Community against Hate Crime’ event held at the John Smith’s Stadium on Thursday 3 May 2018. School partners Dalton Junior and Infants School, Thornhill Junior and Infant School and Mount Pleasant Primary School attended the event where pupils learned about identity, culture and rac...
Posted: May 2018
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KIRKLEES COLLEGE TOWN FOUNDATION TEAM NAMED CHAMPIONS

KIRKLEES COLLEGE TOWN FOUNDATION TEAM NAMED CHAMPI...

The Kirklees College Huddersfield Town Foundation First Team became Champions of the ECFA Yorkshire and Humber Cat 2B League. The team were crowned champions on Wednesday 25 April 2018, after they won 11 out of their 12 games, only losing to Pontefract College. Both players and staff have worked tirelessly across the season which led them to lifting the trophy away at Hillsborough College following a victory on the final day of the season. ...
Posted: May 2018
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GREAT SUCCESS FROM KICKS VS YOUTH INITIATIVE

GREAT SUCCESS FROM KICKS VS YOUTH INITIATIVE

Young refugees and asylum seekers took part in the launch of Town Foundation and Kirklees Council’s Kicks vs Youth programme, which took place on Amnesty International’s Football Welcomes weekend. The Kicks vs Youth project, which aims to promote integration and community cohesion, began at the Leeds Road Sports Complex on Saturday 28 April 2018, with over 15 people aged between four and 17 years old taking part. The youngsters took...
Posted: May 2018
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