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Cerebral Palsy Football Sessions w Summertown Stars

Summertown Stars Football Club are pleased to host some specific disability football sessions for children and adults, boys and girls, with Cerebral Palsy and other similar motor disabilities. These sessions are free of charge and no experience is necessary!  Come and give it a go,…

Summertown Stars Football Club are pleased to host some specific disability football sessions for children and adults, boys and girls, with Cerebral Palsy and other similar motor disabilities. These sessions are free of charge and no experience is necessary!  Come and give it a go, make some new friends and learn some new skills in a supportive environment. 

We are running these sessions in conjunction with Cerebral Palsy Sport and Oxfordshire FA. 

Next sessions: November 23rd and December 7th 3-4:30pm. SS Philip and James Primary School, Navigation Way, Oxford. Trainers not football boots please, as in AstroTurf. Please wear shin pads if possible. 

If interested, please contact Sarah Griffiths on enquiries@summertownstars.org

 

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Who to contact

Contact Name
Sarah Griffiths
Contact Position
Disability and Inclusion Officer
Telephone
07947624354
E-mail
enquiries@summertownstars.org

Where to go

Name
SS Philip and James Primary School
Address
Navigation Way
Oxford
Oxon
Postcode
OX2 6AB

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Every 2 weeks
Time of day
Afternoon
Session Information
Saturday 3.00pm-4:30pm

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
Free

Availability

Additional Information

Providing services to
Children
Young people
Disabled children/young people

Supporting people with
Physical disability

Last checked on 03/11/2019

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