This week saw Albion in the Community (AITC) extend its hugely successful Albion Goals project into Eastbourne with the AITC team holding their first session in the town on Monday.
Albion Goals has won plaudits across Sussex for its work and more information on the new group in Eastbourne can be found online HERE. More general details on the project are available HERE.
The charity is also preparing to launch a new physical activity programme for people who have been affected by cancer. The ‘Brighter Outlook’ scheme is being run in partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support and offers free and subsidised activities for people living with, or after, cancer. More details HERE.
There is still time to sign up for AITC’s next big fundraiser – a 25-mile trek across the beautiful South Downs on Sunday 6th September. Albion’s powerchair England international Matt Francis has been helping promote the event and will join walkers for the last two-and-a-half miles of the route. More details HERE.
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AITC also recently celebrated a successful first year of the charity’s Albion Cup competition. More than 700 pupils from schools across Sussex took part in three different categories, with the winners crowned after finals at the American Express Elite Football Performance Centre. More details HERE.
Albion supporters who could benefit from losing a few pounds can still register for Shape Up at the Stadium – a free 10-week health and fitness course held at The Amex. Details HERE.
A new falls prevention project for pensioners who have had a fall, or are worried about having one, is open for participants. Click HERE for more information.
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