Julian House provides life changing support to over 1,400 vulnerable individuals across the South West, including those suffering from homelessness, women and children escaping domestic abuse and adults with learning difficulties. Alongside our emergency hostel, we also provide supported accommodation and training and education opportunities to help people gain confidence, re-build their lives and fulfil their potential.
Following months of preparation, the Bath International Cup has now ended with Rayo Vallecano once again taking the role of champions with some scintillating performances with Reading a close 2nd having only conceded the one goal!
Many thanks to Lisa Pigot and her team at the premier League for the meticulous organisation and planning. Also thanks to our young referees who braced all weathers, and to the legion of parents who worked alongside Ray Li’s catering firm to provide the boys and spectators with excellent nourishment throughout.
Well done to all coaches and players, it was a fantastic weekend and we hope to see you again in the near future. Safe journey home.
A number of boys made a journey to the south coast at the weekend where they were hosted by AFC Bournemouth for games. Both games were competitive and our surfs did the region proud with two solid performances. Most pleasing was that teams with boys from mixed age groups were able to seamlessly slot in alongside each other and play with the same philosophy and energy to good effect. Well done chaps and thanks to all the parents who made the journey.