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Football Kickstart Day at Linton Village College on Sunday 23rd February 2014

By Mike Pierce

The aim of the day is to engage with as many children and young people with cerebral palsy with FA Qualified coaches delivering fun football activity.

The aim of the day is to engage with as many children and young people with cerebral palsy, in the hope of offering future football opportunities through the ParAbility Football Project in Cambridgeshire.

Also supporting the event will be Cambridge United’s Youth and Community Trust, who currently partner Cambs FA delivering weekly sessions for children with ambulant cerebral palsy aged 5-16 will be one of the options available for participants at the Kickstart Day who wish to extend their involve.

On the day itself, FA Qualified coaches will be delivering fun football activity, aimed at creating a positive experience for all participants in attendance through a safe and friendly environment. Additionally, Cambridgeshire FA and CP Sport would like to welcome anybody who may be interested in volunteering opportunities within disability football.

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www.cambridgeshirefa.com/news

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