Bournemouth | Posted: Tuesday, March 27th, 2018 at 3:02 pm |
Volunteers, parents and children of one of AFC Bournemouth’s chosen charities for the 2017/18 season, DCF, enjoyed a tour of the Vitality Stadium training ground, the players’ lounge, boot room and the pitches.
DCF is a grant-making charitable trust and fundraising charity which gives bursaries to disadvantaged students, grants to community groups and support to older people who are living in fuel poverty.
Head of community Steve Cuss was on hand to explain the different areas of the players’ pavilion, and the children were encouraged to ask questions about the club and its Premier League stars.
Steve said, “The children were intrigued by all the players’ facilities and especially the pitch.
“The visit concluded in the presentation room, where the players gather for meetings. Only this time the children found the club mascot Cherry Bear waiting to hand out a selection of AFC Bournemouth Easter eggs in Cherries mugs.”
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