Sutton United's community programme gets £15,000 boost
Sutton United's community outreach programme got a £15,000 boost with the visit of a Lord last weekend.
Lord Faulkner of Worcester, a Trustee of the Football Conference Trust and Susan O'Brien, the Trust's Project Manager, presented a cheque for £15,000 to Bruce Elliott, SUFC Club Chairman as part of the Trust's two year support for Sutton Utd's Community Outreach programme.
The presentation was made at half-time during Sutton United's Met police Fun Day last Saturday for the game against Eastbourne Borough.
Also in the picture are Rob Hardy, the club's Community Officer and Tony Henderson-Smith, Football Development Manager and Sutton Utd's Junior Under 11's girls' team.
Chairman Mr Elliott said "We are immensely grateful to the Trust for its support as without it we would not be able to deliver the wide range of community initiatives to the people of Sutton".
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