The students: Anna Pomfrett, Yasmin Soames, Zoe Richter, Jessica Palmer and Bradley Goldsmith are supporting local charity HAD (Hertfordshire Action on Disability) will be hosting a five-a-side football tournament with a difference on the 4G all-weather pitches at the campus on Saturday 13 April.
“We’re hoping to attract both students and local players to participate,” Bradley explained. “But don’t worry about whether you are fit enough, we will all be playing walking football and are encouraging players young and old to take part”
The matches start at 10am and ends at mid-day. As well as football, there will also be a mobility scooter rally and a raffle. Anyone wishing to play should contact Bradley via email: email@example.com or phone him on 07875 478700.
HAD provide a number of services for older and disabled people including:
An equipment centre with a huge array of mobility products;
A driving centre providing lessons and assessments and
Information and advice.
For more details call 01707 324581 or visit www.hadnet.org.uk