Brentford FC Community Sports Trust has updated on its provision as preparations are ongoing for a change in restrictions. The Trust has been running sessions online for a year and keeping people active since restrictions were first placed on movement due to the Covid-19 outbreak a year ago. The Trust have confirmed this will be the final week of online sessions but it won't be long until they can resume in person.
The ongoing Covid-19 outbreak means no sessions can take place in groups indoors or outdoors at present. This has been the case for most of the past 12 months and the Trust has been keeping people young and old active at home with the support of others. Premier League Kicks sessions have been among the most popular and the Trust have also worked with organisations including Hounslow Council to deliver activities.
This is the final week of our online sessions 😱— Brentford FC CST (@BrentfordFCCST) March 22, 2021
However, we are looking forward to welcoming you back to our physical sessions 🥳🎉
Check out our website to find out what is on and how you an get involved ⚽️🐝
The sessions have formed part of the Trust's reponse to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic with residents asked to stay at home. During the lengthy period of restriction, the Trust ran #BeeatHome and #BeeWell campaigns to keep everyone healthy. Keep an eye on Trust and Club channels for more activities to keep healthy and active at home and details of when group sessions will resume.