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Youth Football Coaching Sessions

Tameside charity [url=http://www.westafricandevelopment.org.uk]West African Development (WAD)[/url] delivers football coaching for two hours per week for children aged 5 -14. This project is aimed at young people from all backgrounds to encourage integration and physical activity. WAD works with ethnic minorities, refugees and asylum seekers at a grassroots...

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Youth Football Coaching Sessions

Tameside charity [url=http://www.westafricandevelopment.org.uk]West African Development (WAD)[/url]
delivers football coaching for two hours per week for children aged 5
-14. This project is aimed at young people from all backgrounds to
encourage integration and physical activity.
WAD works with ethnic minorities, refugees and asylum seekers at a
grassroots level, improving quality of life, breaking down barriers to
advice, training and integrating people from different backgrounds.  The
charity delivers a diverse range of activities including arts, music,
sports, training and much more.

West African Development (WAD) Charity no. 1132899

www.facebook.com/wad.westafricandevelopment

twitter.com/WAD_UK

Event date

01-December-2013 00:00

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Location

Tameside 4 Good,
131 Katherine Street,
Ashton-under-Lyne,
OL6 7AW,
UNITED KINGDOM

Event Contact

Key contact
Amy Watson
Telephone
01613394985
Email address
info@tameside4good.org

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