Summer Camps

Micro Morton Summer Camp

Morton in the Community’s Micro Morton summer camp is open to boys and girls aged 2-4years old.

 

Mini Morton Summer Camp  

Morton in the Community’s Mini Morton summer camp is open to boys and girls aged 4-12years old.

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Community Teams

Boys Team

Morton in the Community’s Micro Morton summer camp is open to boys and girls aged 2-4years old.

Girls Team  

Morton in the Community’s Mini Morton summer camp is open to boys and girls aged 4-12years old.

#OurGirlsOurGame | Girls Holiday Camp

Morton in the Community (MITC) and Port Glasgow Juniors Community Sports Club (PGJCSC) are teaming up to deliver a three-day summer camp for girls aged 7 to 14 years. This camp based at Port Glasgow Shared Campus will be delivered by MITC and PGJCSC coaches and will...

Golf Day | Friday 30th August 2019

Morton in the Community will be hosting their annual Golf Day at Gourock Golf Club on Friday 30thAugust 2019. The day will consist of a fourball Texas Scramble which will include pre-golf food and the chance to win competitions such as longest drive and closest to the...

Train Like a Pro: Pre-Season Camp

Have you ever wondered what Pre-Season looks like for professional footballers? Well, now is your chance to see a glimpse of this first hand.The Pre-Season camp is aimed at players aged 11-15 years and will consist of sessions around physical aspects of the game...

TEAM TALK | A space for men aged 16+ to feel included and have the opportunity to talk.

“A relaxed environment which is not like therapy, its good you get the chance to speak with similar people.” We have recently launched Team Talk which allows us to open the home of Greenock Morton FC, Cappielow Park, to provide a space for men aged 16+ to feel...

#MortonInCanada

Morton in the Community are excited to announce a new partnership with Canadian club AFC Southampton from Brampton, Ontario. A partnership, we believe, will be long-lasting and rewarding for both clubs.To kick-start this partnership, Morton in the Community’s Sport...

TEAM TALK | A stadium open to provide a place for men aged 16+ to feel included and have the opportunity to talk

Mental illness is one of the major public health challenges in Scotland. Around one in three people are estimated to be affected by mental illness in any one year. Improving mental health is a priority for the Scottish Government.”                                     ...

#PATHWAY | Harry Vance selected for Scottish FA JD Performance School

Pathway; ‘Visible ladder supporting personal development to fulfil your ambitions’Morton in the Community is proud to announce that former community player Harry Vance has been selected to attend the Scottish FA JD Performance School starting in August 2019.The...

Vote for Morton in the Community

Morton in the Community, in partnership with River Clyde Homes (RCH), are delighted to announce that we are through to the voting stages of the recently launched Inverclyde Council Participatory Budgeting Scheme.The scheme encouraged local people to come up with ideas...

ActivAGE | New addition to the Community team……

We are delighted to welcome Jonny Roy to the Community team full time as our new Health Project Worker. Jonny’s main role will be to coordinate our ActivAGE project working within 8 care settings across Inverclyde providing opportunities for residents to engage in...

KILTWALK 2019

Walk with Morton in the Community Staff and former Morton players Derek Lilley and Peter Cormack to help raise funds for Morton in the Community. Sunday 28thApril 2019 will see thousands of people complete the Glasgow Kiltwalk for various charities and you could join...

Contact Us

We welcome you to contact us via email at admin@mortoncommunity.net, call us on 01475 731949 or by post to Brian McLaughlin, Community Engagement Manager, Greenock Morton Community Trust, Cappielow Park, Sinclair Street, Greenock, PA1 2TY

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