Doing our bit for Sport Relief

Sport Relief is back once again between Saturday 17 and Friday 23 March and we’re excited to announce that we’re taking part! With the theme of ‘Whatever Moves You’ in mind, we’ve got a range of activities that everyone can get involved in to help support this fantastic event.

Activities on offer include

Greenbank Sports Academy Centres and Clubs Team Boccia Tournament
Sunday 18 March
Players will play for the Sport Relief Cup. Donations welcome.

Inflatable Obstacle Course
Monday 19 March 5.15 – 6.15pm
Targeted at Disabled participants with autism. For Sport Relief week we are opening it to friends and family.
£3 (includes optional £1 donation to Sport Relief)

Cycling
Tuesday 20 March 10-12 noon
Cycling session to give disabled people, their friends and family an opportunity to cycle together in Sefton Park. You could even wear fancy dress.
£3 (includes optional £1 donation to Sport Relief)

Rebound Therapy
Wednesday 21 March 5-8pm
Fun exercise session for disabled people using a trampoline. Participants can participate in a 2 minute sponsored bouncathon. Sponsorship forms available from James Dixon.
£3 (includes optional £1 donation to Sport Relief)

Liverpool Wheelchair Handball Club V All Stars
Wednesday 21 March 6-7pm
A fun friendly match of wheelchair handball – Just turn up to play
£3 (includes optional £1 donation to Sport Relief)

Wheelchair Basketball
Wednesday 21 March 7-8pm
Come and challenge Paralympic wheelchair basketball medallist Abdi Jama in a free throw contest. Signed shirt for the winner with most free throws. If scores are equal the winner will be drawn.
£2 (includes optional £1 donation to Sport Relief)

Multi Sports (Ages 8+)
Friday 22 March 5-6pm
Come and participate in our sports club in fancy dress.
£3 (includes optional £1 donation to Sport Relief)

Guess Jonnie’s Steps
How many steps do you think Paralympic sprinter Jonnie Peacock will track on the Sport Relief app in one day? Each guess costs £2 with the person who guesses the number closest to Jonnies step total is the winner. They get to keep half the cash, while the rest goes to Sport Relief to help change lives. Guesses must be made by Thursday 22 March. Call in and visit reception to add your guess.

All activities are in support of Sport Relief, an initiative of Comic Relief, registered charity 326568 (England/Wales)

Money raised through Sport Relief helps to support over 2,000 projects, both here in the UK and across the world, helping vulnerable people to live healthier, happier and safer lives. By taking part and raising money, we’ll be making a difference across a wide range of issues, including mental health, malaria and maternal health.

Head to www.sportrelief.com/wherethemoneygoes to find out more.

So get involved and help us to get active, raise money and change lives this Sport Relief.

Friday, March 16th, 2018