Hannah Fendall

  • Non-Profit Supporters Trust Takes The Reins At Salford

    ... led strategic and operational change in fast moving environments and is involved in sponsorship for multiple sports including golf, rugby league, motorsport, football and hockey. Asif is also a trustee on the board of the Salford Red Devils Foundation. Hannah Fendall – senior associate at Williamson & Croft LLP Hannah is a tax specialist working for a city centre professional services practice. She became an avid fan of the Salford Red Devils when she met her partner who is a life-long su...

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  • Milton Keynes Preparing For £56m World Cup Boost

    It is just 12 short weeks until Milton Keynes hosts its first Rugby World Cup match between France and Canada and the town is readying itself for a £56 million boost to its economy. The Buckinghamshire town doesn’t join the World Cup party until almost two weeks into the tournament but the three games that follow and the plethora of activities surrounding them are set to provide a huge financial benefit. Around 90,000 people are due to attend the matches at Stadiummk and Milton Keynes is expe...

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  • Unions in Sport: More Than Breakaway Groups

    1eagu3 was formed in January 2012 to represent the rights and interests of Super League players in England. Spearheaded by England captain Jamie Peacock and St Helen’s forward Jon Wilkin, 1eagu3 has been branded a “breakaway group” by the GMB, the UK’s biggest trade union. GMB, who according to their website, has over 610,000 members working across every part of the UK economy, has criticised those behind the formation of the new union of creating an elitist organisation. Claiming to...

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Youth & Community Rugby Coach, Street League, Dagenham, London

Street League work with young people, progressing them into employment, education and training by engaging them through football, fitness, dance fitness and rugby. We specialise in helping our participants (16-24 years’ olds from disadvantaged areas) progress from our unique sport/fitness and education programmes into sustainable employment, education and training.

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