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Charity No: 1166483 
Next Trustees Meeting
11th May 2022 @ 6.30 p.m.

What's going on in the Charity ?


Skillz & Drillz Easter week

AUITC Easter Skillz & Drillz week

in partnership with MUFC Foundation


AUFC Golf Day - July 29th - register here 


Safeguard Training for our Volunteers

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Members from our volunteer team working with our new partner 'Ethical Education' taking part in safeguard training at the AUFC Crossbar followed with a traditional AUFC pie

Food Pantry Update.

Ashton United in the Community along with the Smallshaw & Hurst Community Group continue working hard to be a leading role within our local community of Smallshaw & Hurst.

Christmas time has been a busy time for our Volunteers with deliveries for the majority of our 120 members so far and 400 food parcels given out alongside our Asda £25 x vouchers.


Andy talks to the local newspaper regarding the New AUITC Community Van 

courtesy of the Tameside Reporter

New Monthly draw launched in partnership with AUFC

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AUFC supporting local business people

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PAC CiC have created this video with all the photos they took of Hurst Fest-ival the music is by local singer/songwriter Rizzy Stephenson

(she was one of the performers on the day).

                              Hope you enjoy it

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Images of cakes produced by a local mum who is looking to establish a cake making business. Ashton United FC are supporting her endeavours by purchasing goods from her for boardroom hospitality. When visitors from Whitby Town heard the story they donated £10 towards her aspirations.

              That’s non-league football for you !

AUITC Patrons Jonathan Sayer and Angela Rayner MP     visit Hurst Cross to see the recent improvements to the                            ground and the updated Crossbar


Hurstfest-ival 2021

                                                     What a crew!

Our fantastic volunteers giving up their time to make HurstFest-ival 21 so successful.

                                    Hurstfest-ival 2021 in full swing, what a great day.. 

Meeting The Charity

Promoting our local charity in our area and encouraging people to volunteer. Meeting the people and the key roles they do in the charity

Hello and Farewell

The Charity are delighted to announce that Andrew Clayton has agreed to become a Trustee, Andrew has all the experience required to push the charity forward, and we look forward to working with him. 

                                                                                                                                                  However we sadly say farewell to Carol Finnigan as a Trustee, Carol has been with us from the start and we thank her for her outstanding services, she hasn't gone completely though, as she will still be working with us, as our Safeguarding Officer.

Robins Recycling Shows GR8 Teamwork

Community news this week out of Hurst Cross displayed a great team effort to provide some furniture to local families. Ashton United Co-Chairman David Burke was replacing two, two-seater settees in his home and called upon Ashton United in the Community to find a ‘home’ for each. The community team utilised their local contacts and quickly found two families that would benefit from the gift.
How do we shift them was the next problem? Up stepped Paul Marr, Managing Director of club kit suppliers, GR8 Sports, who offered his own time and transport to make sure two families received an early Christmas present.
Ashton United is a family, not just a football club, a family that embraces its community and recognises that, in these difficult times we should all pull together. Importantly our charity partner and suppliers hold similar values.


Not Just A Football Club

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The Charity are delighted to have joined forces with local community groups, to form the Smallshaw-Hurst Community Action Group, to support local residents in these difficult times, anyone who feels that they may need help, are asked to contact the group, on the number or e-mail provided below, the group also need volunteers to carry out their important work.


Charity Project Manager and Ashton United F.C. Vice Chairman  Steve Hobson said " Ashton United is proud to partner with other local charities to try to help local people, many who have supported The Robins for generations. Now its time for us all to come together to do as much as we can for each other.  


Charity Patron Angela Rayner, Deputy Leader of the Labour Party commented, ”this is typical of my local constituents mobilising to ensure that nobody is left isolated or without support; as a community we believe in helping each other in times of difficulty. I am proud of the comradeship and community spirit they are demonstrating.”

#Volunteers matter

Volunteers are the backbone of both the charity and the Football club - here is a short video showing how our volunteers contribute towards our core values.

If you care to join us please get in touch, you will be made most welcome.

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