NEWS: One goal signs up 250 children

Posted: June 1, 2012 at 6:13 pm


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A MAJOR new community sport and activity programme to benefit young people in Coventry has signed up 250 children from the local community.

One Goal is to be launched this summer through Coventry Sports Foundation after CCFC chief executive Tim Fisher and development director Steve Waggott made personal donations to help finance the project which will be matched by the Foundation.

The programme aims to provide activities which will help youngsters' personal development and will include a trip to Weymouth with their families to watch the 2012 Olympics sailing competition, and enjoy the beach.

Around 250children will be accessing the summer programme andthe official launch will take place at the Alan Higgs Centre, with a huge family fun day.

One Goal will be primarily run by Coventry Sports Foundation staff with support from Sky Blues in the Community and CCFC.

After receiving the news that all the places for the scheme has been filled, development director Waggott was delighted to help support the local community.

He commented: "This summer's programme is just the beginning. We wanted to get a project underway quickly and that is why Tim and I decided to put our own money forward.

"The response to the project has been absolutely fantastic and we are delighted that we can support such an important initiative in Coventry.

"We want the football club to be at the heart of the community and with schemes like these, and the fantastic work of Sky Blues in the Community, our role in the young people's development in Coventry will only increase.

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