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Summer School With A Difference

21 June 2013

ARGYLE'S Football in the Community Trust are once again delivering an exciting summer soccer school with a difference.

The Trust, who already boasts a successful disability scheme, are delivering 10 days of fun and games to local young people who are autistic or are awaiting a diagnosis of autism.

This is the second time the Trust, working in partnership with Plymouth City Council, have delivered such an activity, and after the success of last year's pilot scheme, is back again this summer.

The Trust will be delivering three different two day courses for all local young people with autism or are awaiting a diagnosis of autism.

The course will also be available to local young wheelchair users and players with Cerebral Palsy.

It is completely free of charge and available for all living within Plymouth between the ages of 5-14.

Each day sees the youngsters taking part in fun-filled sport sessions, aimed at improving their basic skills whilst making new friends.

The courses are full of mini-games and technique workshops and see each participant work with professional Argyle coaches, tour Home Park, design their own computer game, compete in smoothie making competitions and access the Home Park Family Stand for all.

The courses will be running on July 29 & 30, August 5 & 6 and August 12&13, starting at 9am till 12pm.

To secure a place on this exciting course, please call Plymouth City Council's booking line on 01752 307130.

For any other questions, please contact Argyle's Social Inclusion Officer Dwain Morgan on 01752 562561, option 4 or email dwain.morgan@pafc.co.ukĀ 

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