Eastbourne Borough recently welcomed Official Community Partner EF Education First to Priory Lane for a tour of the stadium and to discuss further plans to expand the partnership going forward.

EF Homestay Manager Chloe Bottomley and Nuria Canada were shown around the ground by Community Manager Tim Brown who has been delighted with how well the partnership has taken off so far this season.

He said: “Chloe and Nuria have recently taken over all existing Community Partnerships at EF and so I was delighted to be able to explain to them the exciting project that Eastbourne Borough Football Club is currently undertaking.

“Following our discussions today it is clear that the team at EF are keen to work closely with us for the benefit of our local community which means that the club can deliver on a lot more of its community initiatives.”

EF are an international language school with offices here in Eastbourne, combining language training with cultural exchange, academic achievement and educational travel.

Since 1965, EF has helped millions of people see new places, experience new cultures and learn new things about the world and about themselves.

We are therefore delighted to work with EF Education First as our Official Community Partner and we look forward to working together on several exciting community initiatives throughout the course of this season.