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Palace for Life community sessions set to restart

From Thursday 3 December, Palace for Life Foundation’s football development and community sessions will be restarting in line with Government guidance.

We are pleased to confirm that the following sessions will be returning as of this week (from Thursday 3rd onwards):

– Player Development Centres (not including Tuesday nights at Lanfranc School)
– Goalkeeper Skills Sessions
– PL Kicks
– Weekend Wildcats Hubs at Heavers Farm and Woodmansterne
– Asian Community Engagement (home school and Thursday evenings)
– Walking football
– Weekend football (including PL Kicks x PKC Academy)

Director of Sport and Wellbeing at Palace for Life Gary Mulcahey said: “After a month away from many of our sessions, we are absolutely delighted to be welcoming players and participants back from 3rd December! We want to encourage everyone in our community to lead healthy and active lives and access to sport and exercise is vital in achieving that. We will be following all of the latest Government guidelines in order to keep everyone safe. We look forward to seeing you soon!”

If you have any questions, please contact us on admin@palaceforlife.org

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