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  • Amos Completes National Three Peaks Challenge!

    Reds in the Community trustee and Barnsley Football Club chaplain Peter Amos has completed the National Three Peaks Challenge, raising money for Invest in Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (IiME) in the process! Peter joined his sister-in-law Amanda Kayes and her husband Richard to conquer the National Three Peaks after they had climbed the Yorkshire Three Peaks on…

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  • Club Chaplain to Take On Three Peaks Challenge

    Reds in the Community trustee and Barnsley Football Club chaplain Peter Amos will this weekend take part in the National Three Peaks challenge to raise money for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME). Peter will be acting as a guide for his sister-in-law Amanda Kayes and her husband Richard, as they attempt to tackle the Six Peak Challenge, tackling…

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  • Job Vacancy – Senior Community Coach

    Job Vacancy – Senior Community Coach (X2) Salary: 16,354 per annum (Pro Rata) Contract Type: Permanent (20 hours) Reds in the Community is a registered charity that uses the power of football and Barnsley Football Club to engage and improve the lives of local people through a range of activities and projects within four key themes…

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  • Vacancy: Premier League Kicks Volunteers

    Reds in the Community’s Premier League Kicks programme is looking to recruit volunteers to help out at their weekly sessions on Monday nights at Holy Trinity School. We are looking for five motivated individuals to assist in the delivery of sessions alongside our RITC coaches, to promote the sessions and referee matches and exercises for…

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  • Fit Reds Participants Complete Programme!

    Our latest group of Fit Reds participants have come to the end of their 9-week programme! Aimed predominantly at inactive males aged 35 and over, the programme aims to help change the lifestyle and physical activity of participants. Delivered in partnership with Be Well Barnsley and Person Shaped Support, Fit Reds was designed to use…

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  • Soccer Camps Booking Deadline Extended!

    Due to demand, we have extended the online booking deadline for our Summer Soccer Camps! Anyone looking to book onto one of our Soccer Camp sessions will now have until 9pm the night before the session begins to secure your place. Running between 9am – 3pm every day, our camps are on until September 1…

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  • RITC Launch New Walking Reds Session!

    Reds in the Community’s Walking Reds programme has launched a new FREE 10-week programme at Athersley Rec! Every Friday from August 18, the new programme will run between 11:30am – 1pm at the Penguins’ ground, Sheerien Park. After starting as an offshoot to the Fit Reds programme in 2015, Walking Football has proved incredibly popular,…

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  • Can you hear the Ponty Roaring?

    This year, 2017, marks 130 years since Barnsley Football Club was formed in 1887. Reds in the Community is celebrating this landmark anniversary by involving supporters and the wider community in exploring and telling the story of Barnsley FC and Oakwell. Through the ‘Our Club, Our Ground, Our Past, Our Future’ project, which is funded by…

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  • Mosley: “I’m honoured to have played my part.”

    Barnsley artist Ben Mosley felt “honoured” to be able to showcase his work to fans at Barnsley FC’s Open Day. Ben has been working closely with Reds in the Community’s ‘Our Club, Our Ground, Our Past, Our Future’ Heritage Project, commemorating the 130th anniversary of Barnsley Football Club. Mosley is quickly becoming recognised as one…

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  • Reds Fans Receive Netherwood Community Award!

    Three Barnsley fans have been recognised for making a difference in the local community with a Community Award. Daniel Atkinson, Lewis Hancock and Callum Coward were all recognised in the 2017 Netherwood Academy Community Awards last week for having a positive impact. In recognition of their achievement, Reds in the Community invited the boys and…

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