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Weekly Mental Health Football Sessions for Adults

Weekly Mental Health Football Sessions for Adults
Posted on May 26, 2017
Archive : May 2017
Category : News

Stockport County Community Foundation have delivered their second week's football coaching session to Pennine Care Trust Mental Health Group at Heathfield House in Cale Green on Monday afternoon.

Adrian Bates, The Foundation's Disability Football Officer said "We had another great football coaching session with the mental health group at Pennine Care Trust on Monday afternoon where service users from Heathfield House, the Tatton unit at Tameside and SPARC (Stockport Progress And Recovery Centre) came along and enjoyed their time playing football. As always we started the session with a warm up and then moved into coaching football skills focusing upon shooting and finished off with a game. Thanks to everyone who took part and put so much effort into the session"

If anyone would like to get involved and come along to take part in these football sessions please contact Adrian Bates, Disability Football Development Officer for Stockport County Community Foundation on 0161 286 8888 (ext 263) or alternatively email adrian.bates@stockportcounty.com.

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