Bristol Rovers Community Trust have today launched their new website that helps promote the wealth of programmes the charity arm of Bristol Rovers offers.
Bristol Rovers Community Trust Originally launched in 1992 as part of the PFA’s nationwide Football in the Community initiative to encourage children to play football and support their local club.
The Community Trust has continually evolved, achieving charitable status in 2001, six years later coming under the governance of the English Football League and now offers projects to people from 4 to over 80 years old. The aims of the charity are to promote social inclusion, educate boys girls of all ages, increase sports participation in and around the community, improve health and enhance life choices.
The new website outlines all the programmes and projects the Community Trust currently undertakes, many of which our fans my not be aware. To find out more about the exciting work of Bristol Rovers Community Trust please visit www.bristolroverscommunity.org.uk.