Liversedge FC chairman Leigh Bromby has offered to donate money to the club via his Premier Coaching scheme.
Premier Coaching are running an Easter camp at Liversedge’s Clayborn ground and for every child attending, Bromby will make a donation to the club as they look to improve facilities.
In addition to carrying out essential drainage work on the pitch, Liversedge are also trying to raise funds to upgrade their changing facilities to meet Northern Counties East League standards and Bromby has offered his help.
Former Leeds United player Bromby, along with former Sheffield Wednesday defender Del Geary, ex-Aston Villa midfielder John McGrath and current Leeds midfielder Luke Murphy will run the camp, which is suitable for children aged six to 14 years old.
In addition, Bromby is offering to help local football teams with financial assistance to help them buy new equipment, via Coughbrough and Co Estate Agents, who are sponsoring the Clayborn camp.
Local clubs who want to send children to the camp can contact Leigh with details of equipment required or how they intend to improve facilities, with funds, up to £200, available depending on the number of children attending.
Places for the Easter camp, which will be held at Clayborn, Quaker Lane (WF15 6DF) on April 5, 6 and 7 between 10 am and 3pm are already limited.
The cost of the course is £20 for one day or £15 per day for a child who wants to participate in all three days.
To book a place call 07715 651528 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.