Cookstown Youth Fc Receive Royal Award

Cookstown Youth Fc Receive Royal Award

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We are honoured and privileged to announce that our Club has been awawred “The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service”, which is the highest award given to local volunteer groups across the UK to recognise outstanding work done in their own communities, and is classified as the equivalent to the “MBE”.

The achievement of this prestigious award is a result of the commitment of a fantastic group of volunteers fulfilling a wide variety of roles within the Club, which enables us to continue to grow from strength to strength, with the ultimate aim being to “provide a safe environment for all abilities, to learn, develop and enjoy football within the community”.

The Northern Ireland Representative for the Award, Walter Rader OBE said,

“This is a wonderful achievement for Cookstown Youth Football Club as it recognises the dedication, commitment and skills of volunteers who every day of the week invest their time to help others.”

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