The club is excited to announce that it has organised it’s first coaching session for hearing impaired children at the clubhouse on Friday December 1st, 10.00 til 2.00.
This is in partnership with Staffordshire Support Service teachers.
We will have football coaching for those who want to play football and crafting in the clubhouse for those who want to do something creative.
The club’s Deaf GB player, Debbie Hibbett, will assist the coaching as well as being the role-model speaker.

This is the next stage of the club’s plan to provide football for all.

If you would like to help out on the day or hear more of our plans, please leave a message/comment hear or contact Keith on 07836202764

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