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17 May 2018

SUBWAY Burton and the Burton Albion Community Trust (BACT) are joining forces to help build a school in Ghana, Africa.

Volunteers are seeking donations of stationary in the form of pens, pencils, erasers, rulers, compasses and math sets, as well as first aid kits, plasters, toys, books, pads and sweets.

You can donate items at the following branches:

  1. Subway, Eastgate Business Park, Stretton DE13 0AT
  2. Subway, 198 Station Street, Burton Upon Trent, DE14 1AN
  3. Subway, The Octagon Centre, Burton Upon Trent DE14 3TN

Subway Burton will be responsible of the transportation of the items donated to the village of Keta in Ghana, Africa.

Burton Albion Football Club have also kindly donated some football kits for the children to wear in Ghana.

We are aiming to fill five or six pallets to ship so please be generous and donate as much as you can.

African Adventures has organised trips for over 20 EFL clubs and specialises in providing sports enrichment programmes for community sports trusts to volunteer in Africa. The organisation has helped community sports trusts, like Burton Albion Community Trust, to raise over £500,000 for their various causes through innovative fundraising programmes.

African Adventures works with several government schools in the coastal area of the Volta region in Ghana. Whilst these are government schools, they are severely underfunded and lack vital resources. African Adventures is working with its partner schools to improve their facilities and encourage more children to go to school from an early age.

Burton Albion Community Trust volunteers can choose between a teaching and multi-sports coaching role or construction and renovation role. If you decide to assist with teaching, you will work alongside teachers and other volunteers to help manage the demands of educating large classes of mixed students, aged between 5-16.

Alongside providing teaching assistance, you may choose to participate in sports coaching too and may be tasked with supporting a teacher to deliver a PE lesson or, if comfortable and confident, will have the chance to deliver independent sports sessions.

Alternatively, as a building volunteer, you will work in a support role led by local expert builders and will continue with ongoing construction work through activities such as painting, brick-laying and plastering.

For any more information about the trip or how you can support it, please contact our Events & Partnerships Officer –

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