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Barnoldswick Football Club receives a £500 grant

Lancashire Telegraph: Coun Paul White Coun Paul White

BARNOLDSWICK Town Football Club has received a £500 grant to help pay for costs to enter competitions and buy a new cooker for their tea room.

The money has come from County Coun Paul White’s local member fund, and will enable the club to enter the FA Cup and the FA Vase.

He said: “I was happy to approve this grant, which will help the club to move forwards. We all know they have been struggling financially.

“It’s great that they are able to enter the FA Cup and FA Vase. Hopefully it will help them to promote the club beyond Pendle, and help to put Pendle on the map too.

“It’s great that local sports clubs can take part in things like this.”

The new cooker in the tea room will also provide refreshments to supporters and players, a useful source of income for the club.

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4:03pm Mon 7 Apr 14

coates warder says...

well £500 will get swallowed up just entering 1 competition. up the conservative fc
well £500 will get swallowed up just entering 1 competition. up the conservative fc coates warder
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5:29pm Mon 7 Apr 14

ConcernedOssy says...

Typical Tories really pushing the boat out Not bet the Clowncil get through more in one lunchtime
Typical Tories really pushing the boat out Not bet the Clowncil get through more in one lunchtime ConcernedOssy
  • Score: 5

12:53pm Tue 8 Apr 14

Philip A Berry says...

A Colne County Councillor helping out Barnoldswick Football Club?

Has he not heard about Colne Football Club?

Isn't the local member fund intended to provide grants to electors in his ward?
A Colne County Councillor helping out Barnoldswick Football Club? Has he not heard about Colne Football Club? Isn't the local member fund intended to provide grants to electors in his ward? Philip A Berry
  • Score: 3

8:37pm Tue 8 Apr 14

coates warder says...

Philip A Berry wrote:
A Colne County Councillor helping out Barnoldswick Football Club?

Has he not heard about Colne Football Club?

Isn't the local member fund intended to provide grants to electors in his ward?
he is helping colne cricket club.
[quote][p][bold]Philip A Berry[/bold] wrote: A Colne County Councillor helping out Barnoldswick Football Club? Has he not heard about Colne Football Club? Isn't the local member fund intended to provide grants to electors in his ward?[/p][/quote]he is helping colne cricket club. coates warder
  • Score: 2

11:43pm Mon 14 Apr 14

pendlegirl says...

He is trying to buy the votes in barlick,
He is trying to buy the votes in barlick, pendlegirl
  • Score: 2

11:35am Tue 15 Apr 14

DarkBlueBox1 says...

Philip A Berry wrote:
A Colne County Councillor helping out Barnoldswick Football Club?

Has he not heard about Colne Football Club?

Isn't the local member fund intended to provide grants to electors in his ward?
Has The West Craven County Cllr put any of his grant money into the project?
[quote][p][bold]Philip A Berry[/bold] wrote: A Colne County Councillor helping out Barnoldswick Football Club? Has he not heard about Colne Football Club? Isn't the local member fund intended to provide grants to electors in his ward?[/p][/quote]Has The West Craven County Cllr put any of his grant money into the project? DarkBlueBox1
  • Score: 1

8:04am Sat 3 May 14

coates warder says...

pendlegirl wrote:
He is trying to buy the votes in barlick,
if he is a tory jennifer purcel needs all the help she can get. she has been in that many parties its unbeliveable
[quote][p][bold]pendlegirl[/bold] wrote: He is trying to buy the votes in barlick,[/p][/quote]if he is a tory jennifer purcel needs all the help she can get. she has been in that many parties its unbeliveable coates warder
  • Score: 0

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