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BFTF Sport - Phase 1 Official Opening

Today marked a milestone for the ‘Building for the Future’ Sports Appeal as we officially opened Phase 1 of the CCB Sports Buildings!
10 May 2024

Today marked a milestone for the ‘Building for the Future’ Sports Appeal as we officially opened Phase 1 of the CCB Sports Buildings in the company of donors, sports partners, governing bodies, parent volunteers, contractors, sports staff and our boys. 

Over 70 guests joined us in the impressive surroundings of the new state-of-art fitness suite as we celebrated the work that has gone into the transformation and had the chance to hear from the Headmaster - Mr Robert Robinson, Head of PE - Mr Gareth Fry, Old Campbellian and Partner in Johnston Houston - Mr Michael Johnston and Year 13 pupil - Ethan Kennedy.

We talk about the Campbell community that stretches far beyond our gates and today was a fantastic example of this in action.  These new facilities will benefit our boys and the wider sporting community as we continue to work in partnership to bring people together through sport. We thank all who have made it possible and look forward to continuing efforts as we start on Phases 2 and 3.

If anyone would like to support the fundraising for BFTF Sport please reach out to or click here to discover more.

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