Fun for all the family at Reds event; Liverpool FC Foundation.
THE LFC Foundation held an inclusive half-term activities camp for local families.
The five-day Inclusion event, held at Woodchurch High School, on the Wirral, saw disabled and non-disabled people of all ages come together to participate in a range of sports, including boccia, curling, goalball and football.
The project - which is funded by the Premier League Charitable Fund, in partnership with BT Group - aims to bring families together, build stronger relationships and encourage participants to become more physically active.
Head of LFC Foundation, Andrea Cooper, said: "The Premier League/BT Inclusion project strives to create participation opportunities and inspire disabled people through sport.
"Our half-term camps provide a fun and inclusive environment for children and adults of all abilities to enjoy sport and build stronger family relationships.
"It's great to see so many families enjoying the various activities."
LFC Foundation hosted a Premier League/BT Inclusion Activities week, at Woodchurch High School, in Wirral, during the recent half-term holiday
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|Publication:||Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Apr 25, 2017|
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