Mascots Claret and Amber will be in the town centre this Friday at the launch of our third community newspaper, Fir Park News.
Motherwell FC have signed for ‘Men United’ in the fight against prostate cancer, a new campaign from Prostate Cancer UK.
Youngsters aged 5-14 are bring urged to get fit and healthy, improve their football skills and have fun by taking part in the 2014 MFC Community Trust Easter Holiday Camp.
Following discussions with NLC, the MFC Community Trust has secured funding from the Big Lottery to carry out a community-wide consultation and transform the existing Muirhouse pitches.
Motherwell FC Community Trust will once again be hosting one of their Soccer Camps during the February School Holidays.
Breathing Space will be marking its 10th anniversary year as a national service on Breathing Space Day.
Parents and their young children keen to get more active are being given a helping hand through a Motherwell FC initiative funded by the Scottish Government.
AXA Life Invest has awarded Motherwell FC Community Trust £5,000, which will be used to enhance the physical health and mental agility of the people of Lanarkshire who are over 65.
Over the past ten weeks, Motherwell FC Community Trust have been delivering a Health and Wellbeing programme called ‘It’s a Goal!’ to eight participants from the local area who are currently living with mental health issues.
Last Monday, local primary school children from across North Lanarkshire had an incredible morning of football, as the Tesco Bank Football Challenge visited the area for a fun-filled festival at Ravenscraig, attended by midfielder Iain Vigurs.
Motherwell boss Stuart McCall has urged fans that if they are going to smoke, they do so outdoors and encouraged them to take the Smoking Cessation survey.
North Lanarkshire’s Cultural Festival ‘Encounters’ comes to Fir Park this Thursday with a debate on Scottish Football.