Saturday’s crucial match against table-topping Orient is also our closest to World Downs Syndrome Day. To show their support the HUST Community Ticket Fund and Pools have joined up to invite a group of young people from Together 21, a local organisation for children with Downs Syndrome and their families, to the match. We spoke with Maggie Hart, who works at Together 21 and has a son with Downs Syndrome, to talk about the group, their work, and overcoming the challenges that
can hamper access to sport.

In this special feature, you can hear from some of the many fantastic women that make our club the brilliant place that it is. The interviews were conducted by Her Game Too HUFC ahead of the first dedicated #HerGameToo match. HUST are proud to reprint the replies here in support of HGT and to amplify their message. Enjoy! 

Following our AGM in December 2022, we are delighted and proud to present HUST’s new board for 2023.
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Two board members of HUST attended a meeting at the Vic with Raj Singh and representatives of other supporters’ groups on 28th December 2022. The meeting was called in response to a letter from the Trust, sent on 5 December, putting questions from our members. This article gives detailed responses from Mr. Singh.

One in four people experience mental health issues at some point and suicide has become the UK’s biggest killer of young men. It’s widely believed that a tendency to ‘bottle things up’ makes men very vulnerable. Again and again, we hear that there was no sign of what was coming and that the person who took their own life hadn’t given anybody any idea about how they were feeling. This is where Andy’s Man Club comes in.