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19 Apr 2017 : Club Request
Dear Club Member

Next season to enable us to keep all our junior players in their teams and respective leagues the club urgently requires more coaches.  The FA now require us to have a qualified level 1 coach for each team.

As you all know we are very lucky to have our volunteers who are FA qualified and they will be given teams to manage next season.  Like many other clubs, we have also been relying on parents to help coach at matches which unfortunately is no longer an option available to us.  As it currently stands the club is short of 2/3 coaches for next season to comply with FA regulations.

If you have a family member, a friend that may be interested or you, yourself then we would very much like to hear from you.  Anyone from the age of 16 can complete a Level 1 FA Coaching qualification.  The club will happily pay for your course in return for your help.  It's a great opportunity to get a qualification, gain experience outside of school, college or your job, looks great on a CV to potential new employers that you volunteer with children and above all is a fun, rewarding opportunity coaching young children in a sport they love.

Fernhurst FC would be extremely grateful if could bear this in mind and if you know of anyone who is interested then I am very happy to talk them through what is involved.
I am also attaching the minutes from our AGM for your interest.


11 Apr 2017 : Fernhurst Revels

We will be having a "FFC Woodwork Challenge' at the Revels on Sunday 21st May.  

Players will get 5 shots for a £1. 10 points will be awarded for a crossbar hit and 5 points for a post hit.

Prizes for the junior and senior winner with the most points at the end of the day.

If you would like to help run the stall please let me know.


11 Apr 2017 : End of season awards

Go to the below to see who won the 2017 FFC awards


Congratulations to them all.

The committee


17 Dec 2016 : Safeguarding our children

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