The Swans Community Trust will this summer host sports camps for children with a disability at venues across South West Wales and Crickhowell High School is delighted to be one of the venues supporting this fantastic project on Wednesday 16th August 2017.
Delivering coaching in a range of sports, including football, tennis, hockey and athletics, the camps will see the Community Trust go one step further in helping to improve opportunities for those with a disability to take part in physical activity.
Costing just £15 per day, with parents, carers, siblings free of charge (1 per participant), the camps will be run from 10am -2pm and will provide participants with pathways into a variety of sport, thanks to our collaboration with Disability Sport Wales on the delivery of the camps.
The news comes after this week’s announcement that the Community Trust will deliver free summer cycling sessions for children with a disability, as well as the introduction of a range of inclusive sports sessions such as Down’s Syndrome football coaching and a disability tennis festival.
The Community Trust is Swansea City AFC’s registered charity since 2008 and is at the heart of the football club.
It gives staff, players and volunteers the opportunity to work in South West Wales’ communities helping develop sport, education and health projects, all designed to improve the lifestyle of individuals and neighbourhoods across the area.
To book a place for your son or daughter on the Crickhowell High School camp, contact our PE Department or visit http://swansacademy.co.uk/swans-trust-application. You can also contact Richard@scfccommunitytrust.co.uk for further information.