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The latest from the #BeeatHome campaign

An update from Brentford FC Community Sports Trust

13 April 2020

Dedicated #BeeatHome webpage launched

Children, young people and parents home-schooling can access engaging educational and physical activity content. Along with maths and literacy challenges, there is a range of physical exercises – developed by experienced coaches. You can find all the content here.

Primary Stars coordinator talks to BBC Radio London

Primary Stars coordinator, Calum McHardy, spoke to BBC Radio London last week about the #BeeatHome campaign and the work supporting parents home-schooling through Premier League’s Primary Stars content. Listen to the interview here.

Chair-based exercise class for older people who might be self-isolating launched

Following on from the success of online health classes, a chair-based exercise class for those over the age of 60 or adults with limited mobility will start this week. The sessions will be held every Wednesday at 10.30am and will start on Wednesday, 15 April. Funded by One You Hounslow, the sessions are available for adults who live or work in Hounslow.

These sessions are ideal for older people self-isolating. The class will focus on strengthening muscles that are used in everyday activity and at a pace that suits participants involved. You can book your place at health@brentfordfccst.com.

The 30-Second Series challenge goes global

The second 30-second challenge was launched this week and Football Development triallist Jin Woo Pyo joined in from South Korea. Watch his video here.

For more information about community activities please email us at communications@brentfordfccst.com or you can donate to the Trust here.


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