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Football in the Community Support Jigsaw with Creative Activities.


The general landscape around Mansfield may be miserable today with a cold torrential rain sweeping across the area, but that didn’t stop Mansfield Town Football in the Community from injecting some warmth and smiles into the areas residents today, providing indoor activities to participants at the Jigsaw Support Group. Jigsaw Support Group support those living…

Youngsters participate in Educational Workshops on Healthy Eating & First Aid


Mansfield Town Football in the Community yesterday put away the footballs and encouraged youngsters to switch off the consoles, to participate in workshops focussing on Healthy Eating, and First Aid/ Emergency CPR. Twenty-three young people aged 5 to 15 took part in two workshops, delivered by Sainsbury’s [Mansfield] and AW Safety Management LTD respectively. The…

SSA Halloween Party TONIGHT at Jango’s


Junior members of the Stags Supporters Association (SSA) can tonight enjoy a FREE night of fun at Jango’s Indoor Play Centre – as Mansfield Town Football in the Community celebrate Halloween! The party, taking place from 5.30-7.30pm, is just one of THREE FREE parties which Junior SSA Members are entitled to attend, with other taking…

Active Minds having a positive impact on Mental Health | World Mental Health Day


Mansfield Town Football in the Community’s ‘Active Minds: Chat’ session has had a massive impact on the Mental wellbeing of its participants, as it approaches its first birthday. Working regularly with around twenty participants per week, ‘Active Minds’ gives those facing social isolation, suffering from mental health issues or living with Dementia a safe haven…

Football in the Community to support #HelloYellow campaign

FITC stand

Anxiety and Depression in young people has risen by 48% since 2004, but talking and listening can build mental wellbeing – Mansfield Town Football in the Community are fully supporting that message, in the build up to World Mental Health day. Research from mentalhealth.org.uk has shown that 10% of children and young people (aged 5-16…

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