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Fantastic February Half-Term Programme 2019

Fantastic February Half-Term Programme 2019
Posted on February 28, 2019
Archive : February 2019
Category : News

The Community Foundation had a very busy February half term of activities being delivered throughout Stockport last week. We once again worked alongside Stockport Homes, Equity Foundation, Stockport Power League, Midshire, Cheshire FA and The National League Trust in delivering a range of sporting opportunities for children and young adults to take part in. We had great player support throughout the week and would like to thank all our Community Foundation coaches including Sam Minihan and Paul Turnbull for such a pleasing and enjoyable week!

Alongside the funded activities, we ran our ‘traditional’ Soccer School at Moorfield Primary School in Hazel Grove. During the week we had over 60 children attending each day and an action packed week of fun was enjoyed by everyone! We received some great player/parent feedback and it was also very pleasing to see so many County shirts on display during the week, as we continue to work hard in developing the next generation of fans and give them the opportunity to come to watch their local team at Edgeley Park. Thank you to everyone who supported us during this week and look forward to announcing our Easter Programme very soon.

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