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Posted Thursday, March 15th 2018

Trust to deliver disability football festival

Bristol City Community Trust will be delivering Bristol’s biggest-ever disability football festival this weekend.

Hosted at South Bristol Sports Centre, the festival is free of charge and is expected to attract over 100 participants, aged 16 and under.
 
The festival will run from 10am-2pm on Saturday (March 17th) and will give youngsters the opportunity to participate in a sport they enjoy, whilst interacting with others from across the city in a fun and safe environment.
 
Programme leader Karl Carberry told bcfc.co.uk: “The disability football festival is aiming to provide sporting opportunities on a larger scale, with the emphasis firmly on participation.
 
“We hope that by attending this festival youngsters will engage with children who share similar interests and will subsequently want to participate in physical activity on a regular basis, hopefully within our weekly disability football progamme.”
 
For more information on the festival email karl.carberry@bcfc.co.uk.

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