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Community launch Adult Hearing-Impaired Sessions

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AFC Bournemouth AFC Bournemouth

AFC Bournemouth’s Community Sports Trust are looking to increase the disability provision currently offered, with a new hearing-impaired football session for adults at Vitality Stadium.

The new session is set to take place on Wednesday 23rd January between 8pm and 9pm and then continue on a fortnightly basis, offering all those aged 16+ with any hearing impairment the opportunity to take part in football coaching sessions.

The session is also being offered completely free of charge for people to attend.

Ahead of the first session, we would also like to invite any participants, who are looking to attend, for a tour of the Vitality Stadium facilities. This will begin at reception at 7.15pm, with the sessions running as planned on the 3G pitches afterwards.  

If you would like any further information, or to register your interest please contact the disability development inclusion officer, Hannah Powis, on 07393 462166 or head of community, Steve Cuss, on 07973 893594.

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