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Meet our Community Heroes!

13 January 2024


Meet our Community Heroes!

13 January 2024

Take a look at a recap on the Morecambe FC Community Heroes, who we have showcased this week.

The fixture at the Mazuma Mobile Stadium on Saturday 13 January marks our EFL Community Weekend, celebrating the work Morecambe FC Community Sports does in our local communities.

Throughout the week, we have been featuring a number of Community Heroes, who have been chosen by Morecambe FC Community Sports to help recognise the incredible efforts they put in to benefit those within the local area.

Kirsty Stephens

Kirsty has been running the Shrimpettes cheerleading group for the past 24 years. The group have become an integral part of the matchday experience at the Mazuma Mobile Stadium, and any Shrimps' fan will know of their fantastic performances on a Saturday afternoon.

The time, effort, and dedication that Kirsty has put in to putting a smile on people's faces over the last 24 years is remarkable, providing memories for fans and cheerleaders alike.

Craig Harrison

Craig is a veteran who served all around the world during his 22 years of service. Since leaving the forces, Craig now works for Lancashire Adult Learning, where he delivers training and workshops across Lancashire.

Outside of his day job, Craig provides invaluable support to local veterans alongside Morecambe FC Community Sports. He manages the Can Dos - a group of over 50 veterans who provide peer support for individuals, as well as helping to run various services and activities for veterans in our area.

Joe Butcher

Joe is one of our Morecambe FC Community Sports Community Coaches. His work to help older people within our community is outstanding, whether it be through the Extra Time sessions runs at the club, or through his work in local care homes.

Joe is the life and soul of all of the work he does, and has put countless smiles on countless faces throughout his time working with Morecambe FC Community Sports.

Briony Scott

Briony has been the manager of Morecambe Bay Foodbank since 2019, where she manages around 60,000kg of donated food along with her group of 50 hard-working volunteers.

Her tireless efforts to help distribute food and essential provisions to those who need it most are inspiring.

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