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FOUNDATION OF LIGHT
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For Primary Schools, we are hosting a #PLPrimaryStars Year 5 & 6 Girls 6-a-side #Football Tournament at the… https://t.co/PCjJzgehcZ

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CALLING ALL SECONDARY SCHOOLS! We are holding one of the #NorthEast’s biggest girls football tournaments which will… https://t.co/mlxkhZaeIv

5 hours ago

WELL DONE to all of our @manvfat players and teams who lost a total of 44.4 stone (281kg) this season! Want to pla… https://t.co/IRIMjlRK3n

6 hours ago

Rounding off our @manvfat #Season One Awards, our top team, the Combined and Cup Champions, 2 Fat 2 Furious! 🏆🏆 https://t.co/q8ENy0i9zc

6 hours ago

Next up, our @manvfat #Sunderland Weight Loss Champions, Piemouth Argyle! 🏆 https://t.co/6MFTg9Q9aK

6 hours ago

Moving on to the @manvfat #Sunderland team awards, our Season One High Five Award winners are Las Parmo's! ✋ https://t.co/kA8V5ne0zY

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Top % Loser Award winner, with an incredible 16.99% lost (23kg/3.0 stone) during Season One of @manvfat #Sunderlandhttps://t.co/Lt0QwwI7xB

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Our Top % Loser Award runner up is Stephen, who lost an amazing 16.54% of his body weight through @manvfat - 19KG (… https://t.co/KRbNUp4Cjw

6 hours ago

Fanstastic turnout at our @manvfat #Sunderland presentation evening at the @FoL_Beacon last night celebrating our c… https://t.co/wamMgWkQ8d

8 hours ago

RT @SteveTrewick: Fab certificate from @SAFCFoL SEND awareness training. Really useful bit of CPD for coaches. https://t.co/qWZKj4SjIi

9 hours ago

@CharlotteFox22 Hi Charlotte, we’ll definitely be hosting football courses at the Beacon during half term and will… https://t.co/DogSPJaCrP

Sep 19

In Years 2-5 and looking to play regular football? @FolClub is looking for Under 8 and Under 10 girls to join two n… https://t.co/deA73mn6pp

Sep 19

RT @FoLScholars: It's a #TyneWear derby this afternoon as our #Monkwearmouth Scholars take on @NU_Foundation in the @NFYLU19 Midlands/North…

Sep 19

We are saddened to learn of Stephen's retirement after being diagnosed with Motor Neurone disease. The thoughts of… https://t.co/NKzDM0t3UM

Sep 19

Our #MakingMoves team are hosting a FREE #disability multi-skills course at the @FoL_Beacon this #HalfTerm for youn… https://t.co/r55d0rhD4f

Sep 19

RT @FoL_Beacon: Good luck to all the Netball teams who tip off tonight in the first season of the NDCA League at the Beacon of Light. Pleas…

Sep 19

RT @tynewearsport: Football, Tag Rugby, Tennis, Cricket, Athletics and more! Loads of sports on offer at @SAFCFoL's Sportability club this…

Time for Beacon to shine

13 June 2017

As the landmark Beacon of Light emerges from land adjacent to Sunderland’s Stadium of Light, the driving force behind the city’s newest iconic structure is eager for Wearsiders to understand the purpose of the striking, six-storey building.

The £18m development has been designed by award winning architects Faulkner Brown and is being built by northeast based Tolent Construction.

The basic structure of the building, which will be illuminated at night, is now in place and work on the 3,600m2 roof has begun and is expected to be completed in about eight weeks.

Sir Bob Murray CBE, Chair of Trustees of the Foundation of Light said: “The Beacon of Light is certainly getting lots of people talking but many people are still unsure about what it is.

It will include a mix of education, employment and skills training as well as sports and wellbeing facilities for young and old.
There will be world-class facilities for 12 sports, and spaces for live events alongside opportunities to get further education or training with leading names like Jamie Oliver’s Ministry of Food and Arriva plc.

“The centre will also offer health and wellness MOTs as well as opportunities to improve lifestyle from advice on good nutrition to support with weight management and smoking.

“The Beacon will be a first for the UK and will be a real asset for the city. It will be a centre for people of all ages and from all backgrounds and not for elite sports men and women. It has been developed to provide opportunities for local people and we expect to welcome thousands through its doors every week.

“While many community and social services have been cut back in recent years due to austerity cuts, this is our bright and positive vision for the future.

“By combining all these facilities in one place the Foundation believes it will attract and inspire even more people to learn more, do more and be more. And in some cases, it will literally transform lives.”

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