Civil and Pilton Community Health Project kick off new partnership

Civil Service Strollers FC are delighted to announce that this season we have entered an agreement with Pilton Community Health Project (PCHP).

We are currently looking at the ways that we can work together to promote and deliver effective health and wellbeing practices.

Here at the Strollers, the tough year that we have all had has opened our eyes to the view that if you are healthy, you are wealthy. So, this season, instead of seeking sponsorship in the current economic climate, we have decided to support PCHP by promoting them on our youth and Lowland League teams shirt fronts and around the pitch at our own expense. We look forward to building a strong relationship with PCHP.

Keith Stewart, Club Secretary.

PCHP CEO Dawn Anderson said “This opportunity to work alongside Civil Service Strollers will help even more local people take steps to better health and increase access to a wide range of wellbeing initiatives tailored for the Club’s members and their families.

“PCHP has specifically launched its Community Wellbeing Programme for exactly this purpose – to increase the impact of our resources locally, sharing ways to cope with the multiple impacts of the pandemic on our community, and ultimately feel stronger through looking after ourselves and each other.

“We welcome this innovative approach by the Civil Service Strollers and look forward to developing a strong community partnership.”