Christmas surprise for Foundation’s disability participants | Norwich City Community Sports Foundation
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Story added: 13th December 2021

To celebrate their final session of the year, disability participant met Father Christmas in a specially decorated outdoor grotto.

Disability participants were treated to a festive surprise at The Nest earlier this month.

To celebrate their final session of the year, members of the Foundation’s Down’s Syndrome Soccer Skill Centre and Mini Kickers met Father Christmas in a specially decorated outdoor grotto.

Once they’d shared their Christmas wishes and received their Norwich City Football Club goody bag, participants and parents enjoyed a session on the Challenge Woods, The Nest’s outdoor adventure playground.

The Down’s Syndrome Soccer Skill Centre and Disability Mini Kickers are weekly football sessions run by the Foundation at The Nest, and provide a supportive and fun atmosphere for its participants.

Thank you to Creative Lincs and Nottcutts for kindly supplying the Foundation with the trees and festive decorations.

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