The Latest News from the BACT Team

EMBASSY OF MAN TO PROVIDE DISABILITY CLUB SUPPORT

BURTON Albion Community Trust (BACT) will be working with registered charity, Embassy of Man, as part of funding towards a community disability project. Throughout the 2018/19 season, the partnership will see support provided to help BACT’s Junior Disability Club. The session runs from the Burton Albion Community Hub in Casey Lane, Shobnall, providing opportunities for… Read more »

EFL DAY OF DISABILITIES 2018

YESTERDAY, Burton Albion Community Trust used the EFL Day of Disabilities to put the spotlight on current programmes that are run in the local community. All 72 EFL clubs came together to showcase the positive work they do to ensure an inclusive environment for disabled supporters. The EFL Day of Disabilities has been timed to… Read more »

WINTER SOCCER SCHOOLS 2019

BURTON Albion Soccer Schools are set to return over the winter period, starting back on 2 January 2019. Join BACT and their staff from 2-4 January for the FIFA Edition Soccer School’s at the Burton Albion Community Football Centre, Pirelli Stadium. Mixed and Girls Only sessions are available for children between the ages of 5-12… Read more »

TL DARBY AND BACT CONTINUE PARTNERSHIP

TL Darby and BACT are to continue their partnership for another year. T L Darby has been an established, family-owned dealership for over 50 years based in Burton-upon-Trent. They are among the region’s leading names for new and used car sales and aftersales support, which comprises servicing, accident repairs, MOT testing and genuine parts sales.  The… Read more »

CHAMELEON CONTINUE BILLY AND BETTIE BREWER SPONSORSHIP

MASCOT’S Billy and Bettie Brewer’s jersey’s will continue to parade the logo of local company, Chameleon School of Construction Ltd, following a sponsorship of over five years. The Brewers duo will continue to visually sport the local construction firm’s branding for yet another year, after a long standing partnership. Matt Hancock, Head of Community, said:… Read more »

BBC CHILDREN IN NEED 2018

NEXT week will see the Brewers showing their support for the BBC Children In Need Appeal for 2018. Burton Albion Football Club and Burton Albion Community Trust will be doing their bit next week (Friday, November 16) in Burton Town Centre, Cooper’s Square. Staff will be joined by Billy and Bettie Brewer, alongside a duo… Read more »

BACT 2017-2018 IMPACT REPORT

BURTON Albion Community Trust have recently released their ‘Inspiring Our Communities’ 2017-18 Impact Report. The report highlights delivery across the scopes of work of School Sport, Football Development, Health & Wellbeing, Inclusive Sport and Education & Learning.  The report is the first one following the 2017-2020 strategy which was put in to place. BACT’s strategy… Read more »

JUNIOR BREWERS MEET THE FIRST TEAM SQUAD

NIGEL Clough and the first team squad have taken time out from training to meet this season’s Junior Brewers. The young fans were invited to the Pirelli Stadium to meet their Brewers heroes just a day after the Carabao Cup victory over Nottingham Forest. As well as having a group picture taken in the main… Read more »

NEW – SOCIAL AND ACTIVE GROUP SESSION

BURTON Albion Community Trust’s Employability Programme, Building Better Opportunities Evolve, are working in partnership with Staffordshire County Council to provide a NEW Social & Active Group. The main aims of the group are to build confidence and social skills, become more active and develop a healthier lifestyle with workshops provided, including career support with taking… Read more »

BREWERS MANAGER AND PLAYERS OPEN JOHN TAYLOR FREE SCHOOL’S NEW SPORTS HALL

BURTON Albion Manager Nigel Clough officially opened the brand new state-of-the-art sports hall at John Taylor Free School on Friday morning. Along with captain Jake Buxton and midfielder – and John Taylor High School alumni – Ben Fox, Clough cut the ribbon and then faced a string of penalties from students inside the new facility. … Read more »