This is the major fundraising initiative for Worcester City FC. It took over from Supergold two years ago and since then has continued to go from strength to strength.
There is a weekly jackpot prize of £2000, a second prize of £500, a third prize of £200 with lots of smaller prizes. It can be joined online or we have agents collecting around the City.
Agents who sell winning tickets also pick up a bonus cheque depending on the size of the win
Since our inception in 1937, Humberstones have built up a reputation for quality service and national coverage backed by local knowledge.
Humberstones are nominated agents to the Registered Nursing Home Association, and a trading partner of the National Federation of Subpostmasters. In addition, the company have been appointed as Post Office Counters Ltd agents in the sale of franchise post offices and enjoy excellent connections with a range of professional bodies enabling Humberstones to offer the very best service to our clients.
BarGrillz have sponsored Jordan Stoddart for the 2018/2019 Season
Fans for Diversity has a simple aim – to celebrate diversity among football fans and ensure that all fans can feel safe and welcome at football. Football is the world’s greatest game and it is for everyone, regardless of age, disability, gender, race, faith, sexual orientation or any other feature.
Since its launch in 2014 Fans for Diversity, run by the Football Supporters’ Federation and Kick It Out, has delivered on that aim with a huge array of activities which have inspired participation from communities who might not otherwise have got involved with the beautiful game.
An example we’re especially proud of within that is the explosion of LGBT-led supporter organisations in recent years. Fans for Diversity was instrumental in the creation of Pride in Football, the umbrella network for LGBT fan groups. There are now 30+ LGBT groups across the Premier League and EFL which the campaign supports.
We support disabled fans, a good example of that being September 2017’s Southampton’s Accessibility Day organised by Southampton Disability Supporters Association and supported by Fans for Diversity. The event provided over a 1000 disabled and nondisabled fans the opportunity to mix, see behind-the-scenes and meet club ambassadors
But that’s not all Fans for Diversity is about. The initiative has also worked with West Ham-supporting senior citizens thanks to Sporting Memories and Any Old Irons, new female fan groups such as Lady Imps, and a whole host of organisations via our Fans for Diversity hub at Leyton Orient’s Brisbane Road. Visitors to The Hub include junior O’s supporters, local hospices, Dementia Friends, Cancer Research UK, Disability Coordination Disorder, White Ribbon Campaign, Headway East (brain trauma centre), ELHAP (children with disabilities) and many more
Welcome to the website of #WorcestershireHour the weekly news and networking event for the Worcestershire area. Use #WorcestershireHour in your tweets 8-9pm on Monday Evenings and 12-1pm on Wednesday afternoons.
Launched on 6th May 2013 #WorcestershireHour has rapidly grown an active Twitter following of over 19,000 local accounts. The #WorcestershireHour twice weekly event brings together local businesses, charities and the communities of Worcestershire.
#WorcestershireHour is run by Worcestershire Enterprise Limited, a social enterprise business with the aim of supporting the local economy, and is supported by a group of local sponsors and partners.
Inclusion In Sport was founded in 2017 by Lyndon Roberts, in response to a demand for equality, diversity, inclusion and safeguarding within the professional football industry.
Lyndon studied Sports Coaching at University of Central Lancashire until 2007 and moved into community coaching with local organisations such as Nottingham Forest in the Community. He then moved to Nottingham City Council, where he spent 5 years managing a team of 30 staff, delivering sport and outdoor learning activities within local schools. He has also achieved a further first class degree in Sport & Educational Development, was awarded Nottingham Trent University's International Bursary for research on the Finnish education system, has been awarded a Masters level scholarship for academic excellence and has been awarded study at Staffordshire University in MA Sociology.
Lyndon spent the Summer of 2014 initiating a national programme of training and sports development projects for Cerebral Palsy Sport, working with both Swim Wales and the ASA.
He then spent a two years as Inclusion Manager at Derby County, leading a number of successful projects in the local community, such as Premier League Kicks, Homeless FA and grant funds for the Local Authority, Derby Homes, Metropolitan Housing and Children in Need. Furthermore, he secured a number of grant funds, from sources such as Comic Relief and the Multi Agency Gangs Team locally.
Lyndon then spent 18 months supporting Premier League, EFL clubs and trusts/foundations with their equality, diversity and inclusion projects, including the Premier League Equality Standard and EFL Equality Code of Practice. This included delivering training to 400 professionals working at EFL clubs and the same number at Premier League clubs. Lyndon is also a visiting lecturer at the University of Derby on equality, diversity and inclusion in sport.
Lyndon is a qualified coach in a number of sports, including football, swimming and orienteering, an FA Licensed Tutor, accredited tutor for the EFL and also a Sports Leaders UK tutor.
M Pinches Transport
M Pinches Transport have sponsored Aaron Brett for the coming 2017/2018 Season