The Hubs run on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 3:30pm - 5:30pm in the Moretti Lounge at Bloomfield Road Stadium. We have activities, crafts, gaming consoles, an area to complete homework and something to eat. The Family Hubs are free and open to anyone as long as adults accompany children.
The Department for Education fund our Holiday Activities and Food offer which takes a targeted approach to support children in Blackpool who receive free school meals.
Blackpool FC Community Trust are committed to removing barriers associated to playing football.
The football Boot Bank, which was originally introduced by Blackpool FC Supporter Kev Quirke, will now be overseen by the Community Trust. The free community football Boot Bank, will allow previously used boots to be re-homed and re-used.
Drop off points:
The Boot Bank drop off points will be:
If you would like to support this initiative at your event, school or grassroots club, the Boot Bank bins can also be requested to use as collection points at your location. Please get in touch for more information.
The football Boot Bank can be accessed discretely by anyone in the community, and no donation is required in return. This is an environmental movement to ensure football boots do not end up in landfills and can be recycled for future use.
If you would like to donate any clean, undamaged boots or would like information on stock please contact Blackpool FC Community Trust over socials or by emailing email@example.com
Working with, Utilita, Blackpool Supporters Trust and Blackpool Foodbank, we have launched drop off points on Blackpool FC match days, for anyone to drop off foods that can be donated to the Food Bank. This season (23/24) you can support your community by dropping off food at the Blackpool FC Club Shop on match days. This is to support our local community to move away from food insecurity