COMMUNITY: Junior O’s wave in the National League4 September 2017
Junior O’s fans and Theo’s Gang members’ competition winners from the Club’s Open Day event were the proud pre-match flag bearers and guard of honour at Leyton Orient’s first Saturday home game in the National League.
COMMUNITY: Two for the price of #1 as O's keepers visit soccer school26 August 2017
Orient goalkeepers Charlie Grainger and Sam Sargeant took some time after their recent squad photo shoot to pop over the road from the Matchroom Stadium and into the Score Centre to engage with some of the young people partaking in the Leyton Orient Trust’s summer holiday programme.
COMMUNITY: Leyton Orient Walking Football Club make history23 August 2017
Leyton Orient Walking Football Club members felt honoured and privileged to have been invited to both carry the flags pre-match and take penalties at half time at the historic first National League home game at a revitalised Brisbane Road on Tuesday, August 8 when the O’s entertained Solihull Moors.
COMMUNITY: Launch of new monthly Over 50s Network Event proves huge hit14 August 2017
On Friday, July 28, Leyton Orient Trust and the Waltham Forest Local Area Coordinators invited residents to join them at the Matchroom Stadium for the launch of a series new free networking events for residents over the age of 50.
VACANCIES: Leyton Orient Trust Full Time Development Coaches24 July 2017
Leyton Orient Trust is a pioneering community sports and education empowerment charity tackling major social issues in North East London.
COMMUNITY: Leyton Orient and Waltham Forest to launch free monthly networking event for over 50s24 July 2017
On Friday, July 28, Leyton Orient Trust and the Waltham Forest Local Area Coordinators are launching a new FREE monthly network event for residents over the age of 50, giving older residents the opportunity to find out about groups, activities and services available to them across the borough. Residents from across the borough are invited the Matchroom Stadium to grab some tasty nibbles provided by Tesco and chat to our stall holders, try out an activity taster and meet and socialise with other likeminded residents who want to get out more. The event will also offer opportunities for residents to share ideas around new activities they would like to see in the borough with support and advice provided in how they can be set up.