In association with The Royal British Legion, Burnley FC in the Community support the local armed forces veteran community within Burnley and East Lancashire through sessions and opportunities to improve their overall wellbeing.
Veterans have the chance to engage with other members of the armed forces community, engage with the BFCitC Health and Wellbeing team and find out more about opportunities and activities happening in Burnley and East Lancashire. Veterans can also engage in many of our organised activities, events and trips.
BFCitC have engaged with over 150 local military veterans to improve all forms of health for those within the armed forces community. This has been in the form of trips to other breakfast clubs and museums, health workshops, organised lunches, outdoor activity days and much more!
Since coming out of the forces, have you been wanting to gain sport-specific qualifications?
Here at BFCitC, we can give you experience and opportunities to gain Football Association (FA) qualifications, as well as First Aid and Safeguarding training.
Are you looking for work?
Our specific Employability team can help you gain experience, teach you how to show off your qualifications on a CV and help you find employment.
Would you like to volunteer?
We also have the opportunity to offer you insight into some of our 50+ programmes working with different groups from our community. If you would like to keep yourself busy and give something back to the community please get in touch. If you are looking for work this will be a great way of getting back on the career ladder.
Burnley FC in the Community is a recognised Bronze Award organisation for the Armed Forces Covenant Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS) for commitment to the armed forces.
To find out more about our Veterans programme please contact Naomi Greene, our Health and Wellbeing Officer, on email@example.com or 01282 704716.
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