PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS onsıde| ISSUE 39 5 West Ham Vice-Chairman, Baroness Karren Brady CBE, and Hammers defender Reece Burke both opened West Ham LADY BRADY BACKS BECKTON £436,397 Grant: United Foundation’s brand new all-weather pitch. The facility is projected to increase sports participation by 78% and will see 17 new community teams created. Chris Foy was joined by Michelle Hinnigan, captain of Everton Ladies FC as they opened St John Bosco Arts College’s new 3G pitch and changing facility. The former referee also unveiled a state-of-the-art changing pavilion at King George V Playing Fields in Cheshire. LOCALS JUMPING FOR FOY AS FORMER REF OPENS NEW FACILITY £637,245 Grant: St John Bosco Arts College £137,424 Cheshire East Council The FA’s CEO, Martin Glenn officially opened the Dorset FA’s new 3G artificial grass pitch – a welcome upgrade on the previous natural grass pitch which was prone to waterlogging. The AFC Bournemouth Community Trust will also use the facility to deliver school holiday coaching camps. FA CEO SUPPORTS DORSET’S GRASSROOTS GAME £467,271 Grant: surprise of their life by opening their new 3G pitch. Fuchs took part in a coaching session at the opening with Leicester City FC Foxes Foundation and his very own, Fox Soccer Academy, set to deliver sessions from the new pitch. COLLEGE ENJOYS PREMIER LEAGUE PITCH £90,394 Grant: Premier League winner, Christian Fuchs, gave the students of Judgemeadow Community College the