Community: Addai and Waters drop in at the Whaddon Youth Centre13 Hours ago
Billy Waters and Alex Addai were guests at the Whaddon Youth Centre recently to find out more about Fuel Thursday’s, a youth club hosted at the centre for youngsters living in the local area.
EFL Day of Action: Futsal Scholars visit the Energy Check Training Ground19 March 2019
Cheltenham Town and the Community Trust this afternoon joined the 72 Football League clubs across the country on the EFL’s Day of Action to highlight some of societies biggest issues.
EFL Day of Action to tackle some of society's biggest issues14 March 2019
All 72 EFL Clubs including Cheltenham Town will come together to highlight the work undertaken to tackle some of society’s biggest issues for the EFL’s Day of the Action 2019 on Tuesday 19 March.
Community: Broom and Bingham visit Belmont School13 March 2019
The Cheltenham Town Community Trust were joined by Robins first team pair Ryan Broom and Rakish Bingham at Belmont Special School last week.
Level Playing Field: Community Trust's disability teams celebrated against Notts County11 March 2019
Members of the Cheltenham Town Community Trust's adult and youth disability teams were celebrated as part of Level Playing Field's Weeks of Action at the Notts County game on Saturday.
Community: Tozer and Varney visit Christ Church Primary School8 March 2019
Robins team captain Ben Tozer and current leading scorer Luke Varney joined Community Trust coaches to deliver a PE lesson at Christ Church Primary School on World Book Day.
Community: Boyle and Waters visit half term camp at Lakeside Primary School22 February 2019
Robins first team pair Will Boyle and Billy Waters joined the Cheltenham Town Community Trust at their February half term holiday camp on Thursday afternoon.
Community: Robins coaches visit Swindon Village Primary School6 February 2019
The Cheltenham Town Community Trust visited Swindon Village Primary School earlier this week to deliver an assembly based on ‘playing the right way.’
Community: Robins coaches visit Holy Trinity Primary School27 November 2018
The Cheltenham Town Community Trust visited Holy Trinity Primary School last Friday through the Premier League Primary Stars project.
Football and Education- The Perfect Match!23 August 2018
Cheltenham Town Community Trust are recruiting young players between the ages of 16 and 18-years-old to become part of the Futsal and Education Scholarship Programme.
Community: Premier League Primary Stars5 August 2018
Premier League Primary Stars uses the appeal of the Premier League and professional football clubs to inspire children to learn, be active and develop important life skills.