Forth Community FC are the latest club to receive an Award of Changing Containers from The Scottish Football Partnership. The club, which is soon to be Awarded the Scottish FA’s Quality mark, has been suffering from a lack of fit and proper changing facilities at Kingshill Park for the last 3 years following the closure of the Whitehouse Pavillion. Chairman Hugh Bryce said, “the council owned building that our players previously utilized for changing was found to contain asbestos and was closed immediately for health and safety reasons. This gap in facilities has meant that our teams have had to travel away from the village of Forth to play home matches and we have been unable to access the fantastic playing areas we have in Forth, which include a 3G training area, two 7 v 7 grass pitches and a full size 11’s grass pitch. Thanks to the Award from the SFP, in excess of 100 players ranging from our U6’s to our amateur and Junior teams will once again be able to play football in their own local community. On behalf of everyone associated with Forth Community FC i would like to thank The Scottish Football Partnership for their support”.