Little Miracles CEN are very proud to formerly announce a special partnership with the Cambridge United Community Trust.

Cambridge United Community Trust (CUCT) is the charitable arm of Cambridge United Football Club. They use the club’s resources to have a positive impact on the local community and like us are passionate about inclusion, health and education, especially for those that are vulnerable or have disabilities.

Little Miracles will be working with CUCT in a variety of ways over the coming months on these topics, raising awareness of the work that is going on and showing the ways that the local community can take advantage of the service provisions that are in place. We will also work with the team on fundraising activities, autism and the promotion of health in general.

Justin Heron, Operations Manager for LMCEN said; “The partnership that we have with Cambridge United Community Trust is very special to us and we see so many positive times ahead, working with them in different ways but sharing the same values and commitment to the local community to make a difference. We would like extend a huge thanks to Ben Szreter, Phil Mullen and Josh Coulson and everyone at the club for their time, input and commitment to the project.”

Ben Szreter, CEO for CUCT said; “The local community is of tremendous importance to the club and the Trust stands at the forefront of that. We have seen some tremendous developments across many areas in recent months based on our values and using sport to help people to realise their potential. It’s great to team up with Little Miracles who have a passion for the same goals and we look forward to delivering a number of projects with them to the benefit of the community.”

Little Miracles are delighted to be working with CUTC and Cambridge United FC in this way and thank everyone involved in the project for their efforts. A dedicated page for our work with CUCT can be found at