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£255raised of £300 target by 21 supporters

    Weʼve raised £255 to help grow our community disability football projects.

    Funded on Monday, 11th March 2019

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    NLY Community Sport coach James will be shaving his head to raise money for Children in Need and for our community disability football projects.

    Nostell and Pontefract Disability Footballer Brad will be also shaving his head.

    £150 will pay for a mini-bus for three tournaments for the Selby Disability Football Club - a team that was not competing at events until last month.

    £30 will either pay for or more-or-less cover indoor venue hire for Pontefract Pirates Juniors or the Nostell Miners Welfare Disability Football Team.

    The final total will be split 50/50 between CIN and our not-for-profit organisation NLY Community Sport. However, he’s only doing it when a minimum of £300 is raised. We’re hoping to raise more than £300 though.

    Where the money goes for CIN is well-documented, but the money raised for our football projects will benefit our teams in Selby, Pontefract, Nostell and Barnsley. Primarily the money is going towards indoor venue hire over the winter for our Nostell and Pontefract Pirates Juniors team, plus the Selby team in terms of minibus hire.

    The shave to take place on Friday (23rd) at the Nostell Miners Welfare Adult Disability Football session - that is proper hairdresser permitting and of course depending at least £300 has been raised.

    We know that there will be demand for Connor’s to have his barnet done, however he is definitely not joining in.

    Although if anyone does seriously want a new haircut and wants to help raise a bit more money, you are more than welcome to join James and Brad.

    More information on NLY Community Sport can be found at this link - http://www.nonleagueyorkshire.com/disability-football/

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      21

      • Gwen Win

        Gwen Win

        Jan 2, 2019

        Good luck Samuel and all the team.

        £10.00

      • The Sheards

        The Sheards

        Dec 4, 2018

        Well done James despite the fact Isaac thinks it looks terrible!

        £10.00

      • Yvonne

        Yvonne

        Nov 24, 2018

        Hope you raise lots. Good luck

        £10.00

      • Greg Smith

        Greg Smith

        Nov 23, 2018

        £10.00

      • Speckman

        Speckman

        Nov 23, 2018

        As promised mate, top effort! I’ll double it if you keep it and record a video of you recreating the uni dance 👨🏼‍🦲 well done Farsley

        £10.00

      • Vikki Parker

        Vikki Parker

        Nov 23, 2018

        "Little" Tom's cousin - thanks for giving these guys the opportunity they may have missed out on. Tom lives and breathes football and to be able to play in a team is everything to him

        £10.00

      • Dean Crouch

        Dean Crouch

        Nov 21, 2018

        On behalf of George Crouch

        £25.00

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      James Grayson

      James Grayson

      James jointly-runs NLY Community Sport which is a not-for-profit organisation that provides sports coaching to adults and children with disabilities and learning difficulties from all walks of life across Yorkshire.

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