United in the Community

United in the Community

Chris Oleksy joins the Board of Trustees

UITC are delighted to announce that Chris Oleksy has joined the Board of Trustees. Chris has been an active supporter and volunteer at UITC, therefore we were very pleased when we approached him and he accepted our invitation to join us.

Chris writes "Im delighted to be joining the board of trustees at UITC and hope that I can offer some assistance on the already excellent work put In by Caroline, Lee and Russ over the last few years. Victoria Park has in the last six months seen a big refurbishment, with work still ongoing to improve the facilities even more and offer a great base for the local community.

Before we faced these difficult times for everyone, Victoria Park was in regular use, as a Multi Sport and Holiday club, the Host of the Blue Light Cup, a tournament bringing together our fantastic emergency services, and the Hereford Men’s Mental Health Charity. With Victoria Park offering a home for these great causes, I would like to thank Caroline, Lee and Russ for giving me the opportunity to give something back to the community.

Lastly, I would like to say, I hope everyone is staying safe during these uncertain times, and hopefully see you all as soon as possible when Victoria Park reopens."

United in the Community aims to connect with the local community

UITC is committed to providing facilities and services to all in Herefordshire, irrespective of ages and ability.

UITC is a Registered Charity (Number 1127857) and Company Limited by Guarantee (Number 06772188 England & Wales).

Vision

United In The Community (UITC) will facilitate and where possible provide high quality football, sports and educational sessions for all ages and communities promoting health and wellbeing through social and physical activities and encourage social inclusion from diverse groups.

Mission

Enhancing the facilities at the Central Park so UITC, its partners and community will be able to offer activities open to all and on a year-round basis encouraging health and wellbeing for all and provide additional income streams to aid the delivery.

Aims of UITC

The charitable aims of UITC for the benefit of the public, in particular, the inhabitants of Herefordshire and its surrounding areas are:

  1. Promote and engage sustainable community participation in sport and recreation by providing facilities for the playing of association football, sport and other activities which will improve health and wellbeing for all.
  2. Be an active contributor to the local community which surrounds Central Park and provide a community focal point.

Values / Beliefs

  • UITC will ensure that facilities will be accessible to all.
  • Everyone is unique and has an individual journey to take through life.
  • We learn more effectively through meaningful activities that we are interested in and passionate about. 
  • Learning is built upon the foundation of connection with others through its community.
  • We recognise that we are a diverse community and respect different styles of education and communication.
  • Everyone has the right to a voice and a right to be heard and respected, regardless of age, or ability.
  • We can live and learn joyfully right now through sport and recreation.

Board of Trustees - Mr Lee Symonds (Chair), Mrs. Caroline Preedy (Vice Chair), Russell Cheasley, Chris Oleksy
Company Registration Number - 06772188
Charity Registration Number - 1127857
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