Community Information

Footballing females wanted at Warwick Juniors FC

  • Local youth team looking for more girls aged 7 to 9
  • Open days taking place on 7th and 8th June, 6.30pm to 7.30pm at Aylesford School and Saturday 14th, 21st and 28th May between 9.30am and 10.30am

Warwick Juniors FC is looking to recruit girls who will be in school years 3 and 4 from September 2022, to join their existing girls’ squad that currently trains each Saturday at Aylesford School.

The team will be participating at under 9s in the Central Warwickshire Girls League from September 2022 and are looking for more girls that would relish the opportunity to join the well-established club.

With a view to giving girls the opportunity to come and enjoy football, Warwick Juniors is inviting any interested players to come along, have fun, meet the coaches and the team, have a go at playing football and see if it is for them. All of the coaching staff will be on hand to answer any questions that parents and girls may have with the emphasis very much being on taking part.

Warwick Juniors FC has been established since 2001 and in 2013 the club was awarded the ‘Charter Standard Club of the year’ by Birmingham FA and in 2015 the club was re-awarded Charter Standard Community Club status. During that time the club have supported and developed hundreds of children over the years. 

For more information about the Warwick Juniors Girls open days, visit or contact Alan Hughes at Warwick Juniors FC via

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Please use the below link to access information on new and useful parenting workshops being offered in Warwickshire.

Parents can access further information regarding parenting on the WCC website- 

Courses can be access via Eventbrite -

Please note the below support service from Brunswick Hub is open to all ant not just to Orbit tenants

Are you struggling to pay your energy bills in these uncertain times?

Act on Energy offers FREE support to all residents living within Warwickshire, Worcestershire, Coventry, Solihull and Birmingham.

• A specialist Helpline offering support and advice on keeping warm and ways to help reduce your energy bills: 0800 988 2881

• Support with understanding fuel bills, tariff rates and payment options

• Support to apply for national and local funding* for emergency heating replacements

• Home Energy Assessment to help identify ways to achieve more affordable warmth at home

• Heat4Health Project aims to strengthen the referral pathway between Health services and Act on Energy and to raise awareness of the health implications of living in a cold, damp home.

For more information

Telephone 0800 988 2882 or complete the Enquiry Form online  Facebook

*Funding is subject to eligibility and availability.

Maybe you have heard about the online courses for parents, FREE for residents in our area?

The Solihull Approach (NHS) have launched a NEW online course!

How do I access? 

What’s the code?

  •  If you haven’t used it already here is the access code for all the online courses (funded for residents of Warwickshire): BEAR
  •  If, like many parents, you have already used this code, log into your account here and this course will be ready in your dashboard to start whenever you are ready.

 Can I tell my family and friends?

Absolutely! Share the news with other families in the area so that they too can take advantage of this fantastic opportunity. 

How long is it?

There are 7 modules which each take about 5 minutes to complete and will benefit from time to digest in between. 

If you like this…

…you might like the bigger  ‘Understanding your child’ or ‘Understanding your child with additional needs’, or other courses in the series.


Transforming Communities in Warwick and Chase Meadow Community Centre are working together to help support those who are aged over 70 and self-isolating and those who feel vulnerable during the Covid-19 crisis. This group has been set up to support those living in the Forbes and Westgate. 


The Facebook group is ‘Forbes and Westgate COVID-19 Community Support’. If you live in those areas, and know someone who is over 70 and vulnerable, please let us know about them via the Facebook group.