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Partick Thistle Charitable Trust

Works as an independent charity established in July 2011 to use the Partick Thistle name to engage, support and empower our communities through the promotion of health and well-being, football, education, citizenship and inclusion, primarily within our local community.

We have already made a huge impact in many people’s lives through our different initiatives and the organisation has gone from strength to strength, not only in the development of participants but also the Trust as a whole has outdone expectations.

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Accepting Activity


Accepting Activity is a programme of physical recreation activities available throughout the week for people from the homeless, asylum seekers, and refugee communities. This programme is also available for...

Amputee Football

Delivered across:
  • Dundee City
  • Glasgow City

We create opportunities for amputees and those with congenital limb differences to play football at grassroots, club and national level, both for fun and competitively.

Anyone wishing to attend junio...

Frame Football


Frame Football is a realistic physical recreation option for all young people across Scotland who walk with the assistance of a frame.

Frame Football currently runs on Sunday mornings from 10am – 11a...

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