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Bristol Rovers Community Trust Inclusive Football Sessions

2 sessions, one for primary ages (6-11) and the other for secondary ages (11-16)

Bristol Rovers Community Trust are again running Inclusive Football sessions for young people with disabilities. We aim to build on the work we did last season to give young people the opportunity to play football in a fun inclusive environment which is catered for their needs. 

 

The sessions this year will be based at the brand new 6 million pound Lockleaze Sports Centre, Bonnington Walk, Lockleaze BS7 9XF (only 5 minutes away from our Horfield location last season). They will be on a Tuesday evening from 5-6pm during term time starting on 18th September 2018

 

The sessions are led by the Trusts Community Coaches who create a fun and inclusive environment for all involved. There will be 2 sessions running at the same time, one for primary ages (6-11) and the other for secondary ages (11-16). By teaming up with the Gloucestershire Football Association and Lockleaze Sports Trust the cost has been kept down to the incredible low price of just £3 per session. These sessions offer young people with disabilities the opportunity to play football, keep fit and make new friends. It demonstrates our commitment to improving the opportunities for young people in the local area.

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