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Volunteer For Summer Fun

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The No Limits Sports Club is asking for more volunteers to come forward and help children from around the county make the most out of summer.
The multi-sports club offers a variety of activities for any child aged between eight and 16 with a physical or sensory impairment or learning disability, their siblings and friends.
Organised by the University of Gloucestershire in partnership with Active Gloucestershire, the sessions take place at the University’s Oxstalls campus in Longlevens, Gloucester.
They run from 1pm until 3pm on July 27, and then each Tuesday throughout August in the main Sports Hall.
Jo Hardman, Principal Lecturer, said: “The sessions are really enjoyable and everyone gets a lot out of them. We’d love to hear from anyone who’s interested in helping out and discuss how they can get involved.”
If you are interested in finding out more about volunteering, please contact Jo on 01242 715155 or [email protected], or Community Inclusion Sports Coach Dave Palmer at [email protected]

Source: University of Gloucestershire

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