The much anticipated Disability Awareness Event will return to Nantwich this summer.
The event, held at Nantwich Town Football Club, raises awareness of the importance of sport for people of all abilities, will be held on Thursday, June 24 from 1pm onwards.
This year’s event will take place thanks to successful partnership working between Cheshire East Council Leisure and Play Development Team and Adult Services, Nantwich Town Football Club and the Rotary Club of Crewe and Nantwich Weaver.
Anyone can attend the Disability Awareness Event and take part in a host of sporting activities including football, cricket, BMX biking, basketball and archery.
There will also be a market place inside the building where local sport clubs, organisations and support services will provide information on how to continue playing.
Anyone who would like to attend or volunteer at the event is asked to contact Steve at Nantwich Town FC on 07837386044 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cheshire East Councillor, Andrew Knowles, Cabinet Member with responsibility for Health and Wellbeing said:
“This event aims to raise awareness to people of all ages and abilities of all the different sporting activities available here in Cheshire East. It also aims to provide young people, parents and carers access to services and support agencies.
“More than 150 people attended last year’s event. This is proof that events such as this are of great interest to the local community. This is about engaging people of all abilities to take part in sport and improve their lifestyles.”