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Community Trust among NWFA finalists

More recognition for the club charity's fantastic work this year

2 October 2018

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Rovers are one of five finalists in the running for this year's Northwest Football Awards Community Club of the Year prize.

The first round of finalists for the 2018 Awards were announced earlier this week, as the NWFA marks its eleventh year of recognising the best talent of the beautiful game in the region.

It has been a fantastic year for Blackburn Rovers Community Trust, as the club's official charity continues to work within the local community, providing opportunities for sport, education, health and inclusion for all.

Here's the full list of finalists in the category: 

  • Blackburn Rovers Community Trust
  • Bolton Wanderers Community Trust
  • Preston North End Community and Education Trust
  • Tranmere Rovers – More Than a Football Club
  • Wigan Athletic Community Trust

All awards will be announced and presented by the BBC’s Dan Walker at The Point, Emirates Old Trafford on Monday, 12th November.  

Laura Wolfe, speaking on behalf of the Northwest Football Awards said: “This year saw our judging panels facing some really tough decisions.

"The quality of the entries was hugely impressive, and the range of work carried out by the clubs in our regions continues to be an example for other clubs to follow.  

“We are looking forward to an incredible night celebrating Northwest football on 12th November.”  

Fans can still cast their votes now at:


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