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RT @SportStructures: We have teamed up with @SAFCFoL to host FREE Level 1 Award in assistant coaching this month⚽️ 📍Beacon in Light, Sunde…

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Our delivery teams using today's #CPD session at the @FoL_Beacon to focus on developing #Ofsted-ready lesson plans… https://t.co/EHXE4vPCPm

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RT @BritishEngines: We’ve sponsored equipment for the @SAFCFoL (Foundation of Light, Sunderland) Girls’ RTC Centre. Here are the Under 16 s…

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RT @FoL_Beacon: @RedAndWhite2017 @SAFCFoL A few photos inside the Beacon of Light. People are welcome to pop in on Sunday for a look around…

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RT @RedAndWhite2017: The new home of @SAFCFoL, the @FoL_Beacon looked amazing in red and white stripes last night. I imagine this will quic…

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RT @andygrantfc: Well deserved recognition for our @FoLScholars programme that combines high-quality football and education. #Shoutout to t…

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My week on Twitter 🎉: 26 Mentions, 6.5K Mention Reach, 107 Likes, 60 Retweets, 181K Retweet Reach. See yours with… https://t.co/VEzjnNjwZf

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RT @StadiumOfLight: 👔 Hundreds of local businesses are here to hear from @Tonyd1973 and Charlie Methven as @SunderlandAFC launch their new…

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RT @SunderlandAFC: 🏆 A home tie against @Wolves awaits us in round two of the @Carabao_Cup if we win tonight. #SAFC #HawayTheLads https://…

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RT @Carabao_Cup: The #CarabaoCup made its way to the @FoL_Beacon earlier today. A @SunderlandAFC duo came along to meet youngsters from @S

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RT @SAFCLadies: What are you doing Sunday? ⚽️ @SAFCLadies v @FyldeLadiesFC @FAWNL 📆 19th August ⏱ 2.00pm 🏟 Hetton Centre, Welfare Road,…

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The @FoL_Beacon has definitely impressed the Black Cats duo who have praised its amazing facilities and talked abou… https://t.co/jfoRadFKsf

Aug 16

RT @EFL: Young people get the chance to combine their studies with football thanks to @SAFCFoL. The surroundings of where they get to do…

Aug 16

HUGE THANKS to @SunderlandAFC players @Charliewyke1 and Tom Flanagan for coming along to the @FoL_Beacon this after… https://t.co/h8r6mWeZon

Aug 16

RT @EFL: 🔴⚪️ @SunderlandAFC’s @Charliewyke1 and Tom Flanagan were with @SAFCFoL this afternoon. They were mightily impressed with the fac…

Aug 16

RT @Carabao_Cup: The #CarabaoCup is at the @FoL_Beacon ahead of tonight's final Round One tie. Children from @SAFCFoL are here in training…

Beacon receives funding boost

A TRUST fund set up by a late shipping magnate has donated £270,000 to the Beacon of Light.

The Sir James Knott Trust has been a long-term supporter of the Foundation of Light, and its latest donation will be used in the first phase of construction of the Beacon, which started in October.

Since 1990 the Trust has made nearly 8,000 grants totaling more than £25 million, many of them to charities known to have been of keen interest to Sir James Knott.

Trust Secretary Vivien Stapley said: “We’ve supported the Foundation of Light’s education programmes for many years, and seen first-hand how education can change the lives of children and their families in the north east.

When the Beacon was announced, we were keen to get involved. It will be a landmark and inspirational building and what really interested us, was its all-inclusive approach to families.

“The idea of generations of the same family learning together is one that really excites us. Giving people the best possible opportunity in life, to prepare for the best opportunities in life, is one that really resonated with us.”

The striking cube-shaped development will be the first building of its kind in the country and house education and training facilities with an indoor football pitch above.

When they enter the Beacon, visitors will be presented with a busy street along which the various activities will interconnect. Inspirational and motivational zones for education, the world of work, health and wellbeing, sport and play will combine together with excellent views into a sports arena.

Sir Bob Murray CBE, Chair of Trustees for the Foundation of Light, added: “The Foundation of Light is enormously grateful to the Sir James Knott Trust for their support over many years, and we are hugely appreciative of their belief in the Beacon of Light and their generous donation of £270,000.

“The Beacon of Light will help people to learn more, do more and be more. It will help families learn together and acquire new skills, will encourage generations of the same family to participate in more sport and do more to improve their overall health and well-being.”

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Our delivery teams using today's #CPD session at the @FoL_Beacon to focus on developing #Ofsted-ready lesson plans… https://t.co/EHXE4vPCPm


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