An award from the Magnox Socio-Economic Scheme has provided 45 training kits for young members of Largs Colts Football Club.
Reuben Phillips, Hunterston ‘A’ Site’s Environment and Quality Manager went along to a Largs Colts FC evening training session to present the new training kits to the enthusiastic youngsters, and met with the team’s Chairman, Eddie Mrozinski, and Head Coach, Gerry Franchetti.
Magnox is committed to providing socio-economic support and enabling sustainability in its local communities. This work is supported by the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, which provides socio-economic funding through the contract with Magnox Ltd.
Eddie Mrozinski, Chairman of Largs Colts FC, said: “We are extremely grateful to the Magnox Socio-Economic Scheme for this generous donation that has allowed us to provide training kits for three of our squads. We aim to provide boys and girls from all backgrounds the opportunity to learn new skills through football, be part of a team and undertake healthy activity, and having the new training kits will enhance what we hope is an enjoyable activity for all the children involved.”