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April 2012 Newsletter
Matt Wyatt and Charlie Boswell were formally announced as St Albans City Youth's new Community Apprentice Coaches at the recent Club Meeting.
Matt Wyatt and Charlie Boswell
Their role will be to help support the Club's team managers as well as playing a leading role in the Club's Community Programme. The 18 month Apprenticeship will see the lads progress to a Level 3 Youth Worker certificate as well as them becoming respected coaches at Herts Sports Partnership, Leisure Connection, Special Olympics and at The FA.The Clubs existing Community Coach Sam Mardle will complete the induction process with Matt and Charlie throughout April.
Sam commented "It shows the clubs continued commitment to developing its coaches. Matt and Charlie are already experienced coaches so we are looking for the Community Schemes to grow from strength to strength in the District"
Sam Mardle will leave the club in the summer to work for the Club's sister club in Ohio. He has been an inspiration to the other coaches in the club.
If you would like to find out more about St Albans City Youth's work in the Community visit www.cityyouthfc.com
Highfield is cut in half by Highfield Lane. Over the past decade the volume of traffic has greatly increased as has the speed at which it moves. The speed limit is 30mph but this is regularly flouted. This is now a dangerous road. Pedestrians risk life and limb when crossing this road to access the shops, doctor's surgery, Charter's Health Club and the playing fields. Children, especially, are at risk.
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