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  • Doorstep Summer Clubs are back for 2018!

    Reds in the Community are delighted to announce that Doorstep Summer Clubs will be returning next week! The FREE multi-sport sessions for boys and girls aged 10-18 will be run at a variety of locations from 16:00-17:00 across the borough of Barnsley throughout the school holidays. Activities and games including football, cricket, badminton, rounders, tennis…

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  • Shadow Scholarship | Army Training Session

    The Reds in the Community Shadow Scholarship squad were put through a military training session today. A week on from starting pre-season training ahead of the 2018/19 season in the Northern Football Youth League, Mark Tinker’s squad took part in an afternoon workout specifically designed for young adults. QPD Forces Prep Doncaster delivered the gruelling…

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  • Featherstone Win KS1 Schools Tournament

    Featherstone All Saints won a local seven-a-side Key Stage One schools tournament at Oakwell this afternoon. The competition brought together four teams from Ackworth Howard Junior School, Cherry Dale Primary, Featherstone All Saints and Ryhill J&I school. Each team played each other twice, with the winner being decided by the league table at the end…

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  • Receive Free Barnsley FC tickets at Premier League Kicks

    To celebrate the upcoming Football League season, Reds in the Community will be giving away FREE Barnsley FC tickets to EVERY PARTICIPANT at Premier League Kicks next week. There are many benefits to attending Premier League Kicks, including being able to represent Barnsley FC in competitions against other professional football clubs. Other opportunities include the…

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  • Shadow Scholarship | Pre-Season Begins

    Our Shadow Scholarship players took part in the first day of pre-season today ahead of the 2018/19 campaign in the Northern Football Youth League. Mark Tinker’s squad first had a meet-and-greet session with the six-person strong coaching team, talking through the high standards expected throughout their time at Reds in the Community. They then moved…

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  • Donate to Local Youngster Riley Hall

    Reds in the Community are backing a fundraising campaign to help support a local boy who suffered a stroke. Riley Hall was just six-years-old when arterial inflammation and a spontaneous vertebral arterial dissection caused a stroke that has left him with significant damage to the cerebellum in his brain. A year on, Riley and his family…

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  • Oakwell Rise Attend RITC Sports Day

    Pupils from Oakwell Rise Primary Academy attended a sports day at Oakwell today. Key Stage One and Key Stage Two children took part in a number of sporting activities on the indoor and outdoor pitches at Reds in the Community. The pupils were split into groups representing eight nations from around the world before the…

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  • RITC host European mental health tournament

    A team representing Australia came out on top in the recent European Association for Sport and Social Integration (EASI) World Cup at Oakwell. The two-day event, which brought together 25 teams from England and Scotland as well as mainland Europe, is an annual tournament organised with the aim of raising awareness of mental health issues…

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  • Vacancy: Health & Wellbeing Officer

    An exciting opportunity has arisen at Reds in the Community for a new Health & Wellbeing officer. This is a unique opportunity to be involved in a growing and passionate team based within the charity arm of Barnsley Football Club. The successful candidate will be required to develop and deliver sustainable health-based projects to targeted…

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  • Featherstone All Saints win KS2 Tournament

    Featherstone All Saints won the final Key Stage Two tournament of the year at Oakwell this afternoon. The six-a-side competition brought together nine teams from seven local schools in a competitive contest. Cherry Dale Primary, Featherstone, St Michaels Primary, St James Junior & Infant’s and Wilthorpe Primary were represented while Lacewood Primary and St Mary’s…

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