Brentford FC Community Sports Trust held a special gymnastics session last week. During the half term holiday, youngsters from the Trust's disabilities programme were hosted at Gunnersbury Park. They were able to jump and tumble in the Trust's facility at the park.
The session saw participants learning some of the fundamentals of the sport such as jumping, balancing and stretching as well as playing some fun gymnastics themed games. They were entertained by the Trust's specialist coaches. See some pictures below.
At the Gunnersbury Park hub, the Trust can offer football as well as a range of other sports. It is a collaboration between Ealing and Hounslow Councils and involves Brentford FC Community Sports Trust, University of West London, the London International School and local leisure provider Better. The facilities, which were officially last year, include two top-level, floodlit 3G artificial pitches, as well as grass pitches, also suitable for rugby and cricket, plus an eight-team changing pavilion; a gym; a studio; and a sports hall, ideal for indoor sports.
The Sports Hub is being utilised by all of the Trust's departments, highlighting their mission of realising potential and providing opportunities to everyone. Sessions including Mini Bees and Tumble Bees take place weekly. More on the provision at Gunnersbury Park can be seen on the Trust website here. Read about the hub here.
Brentford FC and Brentford FC Community Sports Trust both actively promote Diversity, Equality and Inclusion in our behaviour, practices and values. To find out more about the disability programme please email firstname.lastname@example.org.