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By Oldham Athletic Community Trust | 02 July 2021 | TAGS: Professional clubs, Children and young people, Oldham

The Guinness Partnership, housing association, has teamed up with Oldham Athletic Community Trust to run tailored physical activity and education sessions for primary school children.

The Guinness Partnership was founded over 130 years ago and is one of the largest affordable housing and care providers in England. Guinness is committed to improving people’s lives by providing as many high quality affordable homes as possible, and the housing and care services that customers most need.

The funding from Guinness will enable the scheme to operate in 12 primary schools in Oldham from September. Each school will be visited by a member of staff from OACT across the next school year.

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