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Morthyng is proud to announce the start of a new partnership with Rugby Town FC.

Morthyng is proud to announce the start of a new partnership with Rugby Town FC.

Liam O’Neill will lead the programme as the club's full-time football education programme's Head Coach and he will spearhead this exciting new project in conjunction with education provider

Morthyng Group Ltd and the Academy’s patron Richard Overson. The 44 year-old makes the switch to the Butlin Road-based programme after two highly successful years in his full-time role at Nuneaton, which followed a distinguished playing, coaching and management career in senior football


Rugby Town FC Director Neil Melvin said: "We are delighted to now offer this academy scheme.

"We are hoping that this new programme will help to provide a clear pathway for young footballers from Rugby and the surrounding area into first team football at Butlin Road."


Photo from left: Richard Overson (Academy Patron), Neil Melvin (Director, Rugby Town FC), Liam O'Neill (Academy Manager, Rugby Town Academy of Football), Moira MacCormac (Director of Operations, Morthyng Group)


Equality & Diversity November 2017

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saints and martyrs,
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growing of moustaches during the
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ALL SOULS DAY - 2ND NOVEMBER 20172nd November 2017

All Souls' Day (Christian)

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especially family members.









Birthday of Guru Nanak - 4th October 20174th November 2017

Birthday of Guru Nanak (Sikh)

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Sikh faith and the first of its 10 ten Gurus.









Armistice Day - 11th November 201711th November 2017

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and ongoing conflicts across the world.






Rememberance Sunday - 12th November 201712th November 2017

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is a day for the nation to remember
and honour those who have sacrificed
themselves to secure and protect our freedom.







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International Mens Dog - 19th November 2017

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International Men's Day

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health, improving gender relations,
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Transgender day of rememberance- Monday 20th November 201720th November 2017

Transgender Day of Remembrance
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Morthyng would like welcome Alan Corbridge newly elected to the position of Chairman of the Board of Directors, to replace John Fraser on his retirement.