Care South is delighted to renew its partnership with AFC Bournemouth Community Sports Trust.
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Teaching and support staff from across six Dorset schools came together for a special conference at AFC Bournemouth to learn from sport how ‘together, anything is possible’.
Double Olympic gold medal rowing hero and adventurer James Cracknell is to be keynote speaker at this year’s AFCB Business Directors’ Dinner.v
Independent office supplies firm, Speedy Marquee, has signed up for a fifth consecutive year of partnership with AFC Bournemouth.
AFC Bournemouth Community Sports Trust is delighted to introduce the newest Cherries team, powerchair football team, AFC Bournemouth Warriors.
AFC Bournemouth named The Crumbs Project as their club charity of the year in a drive to support vulnerable adults lead a life of independence.
AFC Bournemouth invited children from Dorset Children’s Foundation (DCF), one of the club’s chosen charities for the 2017/18 season, to the Vitality Stadium for an egg-citing time.
AFC Bournemouth player Andrew Surman coached schoolchildren on the importance of staying safe online on global Safer Internet Day on 6 February.
Designed to enhance supporters’ matchday experience by answering questions and offering access to an exclusive selfie competition and video highlights, CherryBot was launched for the Cherries’ home fixture against Liverpool in December.