Cambridge United Community Trust will be partnering again with Histon Hornets Football Club to hold the annual Disability Football Festival for school age children this summer. The festival will be on Sunday the July of 8th between 10am and 2pm at Impington Village College with all welcome to come along and be part of the matches.
Cambridge United Community Trust award winning disability sport programme currently run 9 different disability sessions across Cambridge. The sessions consist of Ambulant Cerebral Palsy football, Down’s syndrome football, Blind football, visually impaired football, Deaf and hearing impaired football, Frame football, Power chair football, amputee football and manual wheelchair football. For more information on any of our sessions, please read on our website here: http://www.cuctrust.co.uk/disability-sport/
Phil Mullen, Disability Sport Officer at Cambridge United Community Trust, said: ‘Young people will have the opportunity to engage in fun football sessions designed to meet the needs of every level of participant and to take part in matches. Young people of all abilities are welcome to come along, from trying football for the first time to learning new skills, but with the main emphasis on making new friends and having fun.’
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01223 632129 for more information.