In conjunction with an organisation called African Adventures, the Cardiff City FC Community Foundation is leading a visit to Ghana in May (exact dates TBC) to promote football and the community benefits the game offers to make a real difference to people’s lives.

If you are interested in being a part of this visit or simply want to find out more about the trip the Foundation is holding an information evening on Thursday August 27,  at 7 pm at the Cardiff City Stadium.

You will be expected to raise a significant amount of money to be part of this visit. The club and African Adventures will support each individual in their bid to raise funds.

To register your interest and/or attendance please contact simon.stephens@cardiffcityfc.org.uk

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The Trust board has agreed a set of aims for the Trust over the new season.

They are:

Dialogue – To represent the views of members and ensure effective dialogue between them and Cardiff City AFC.

Participation and Representation – To increase supporters’ influence in general and campaign for supporter representation on the club board.

Community Activities – To help strengthen the links and understanding between the club, its supporters and the community it serves.

Connection – To work with stakeholders, opinion formers, other supporters’ bodies and organisations so that the Trust develops as a positive, inclusive and representative group.

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Supporters Direct have published a review of the recent summit of football supporters. Paste the link below into your browser for a rundown on what went on:

http://www.supporters-direct.org/news-article/supporters-summit-2015-review

 

 

 

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We are delighted to announce that the Trust will visit The Plough Inn in Lewis Street, Aberaman, Aberdare, on Friday, August 14 (7pm) at the invitation of landlord Jeff Cleaton.

Bluebirds legend Jason Perry and BBC Wales soccer commentator, Rob Phillips, have kindly agreed to attend for a question and answer session.

Jason will give his views on Cardiff City’s prospects for the new season and the signings by manager Russell Slade. It should be a great night of football chat.

Trust members interested in attending should email their interest to members@ccfctrust.org.

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