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Ed Lewis

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Posted Monday, December 3rd 2018

Disability football with the Community Trust

Bristol City Community Trust delivers a weekly session to enable children and adults with disabilities to participate in the sport they love.

The club’s official charity aims to provide football training in a fun and safe environment, for players with all disabilities, including those who are deaf, blind, amputees and wheelchair users.

To make the sessions accessible, the Trust offers the programme for free or little cost and each of the coaches are experienced working with disability football.

The aim of the sessions is to enhance teamwork and social skills, while providing a form of exercise the players typically find difficult to access.

CURRENT SESSIONS

Tuesday: Youth Disability Hub, 6-7PM, South Bristol Sports Centre, West Town Lane, Bristol, BS14 9EA

Tuesday: Adult Disability Hub, 7:15-8:30PM, South Bristol Sports Centre, West Town Lane, Bristol, BS14 9EA

If you would like anymore information on the work that we do please contact the Trust on 0117 963 0636.