Wrexham AFC are proud to announce the return of our Autism Friendly Football Sessions, which will run during all half-term holidays – including this month.
Taking place at the Wrexham Glyndwr University Sports Hall, the sessions are organised by Disability Liaison Officer Kerry Evans, in conjunction with the Wrexham Branch of The National Autistic Society, and run by the Racecourse Community Foundation.
Due to the growing popularity of the sessions, which have been run successfully for a couple of years now, this year we will be splitting them into two age categories. This includes dedicated sessions for secondary-age children for the first time, in light of an increase in enquiries.
Secondary-age children can attend our session on Monday October 25, from 1pm-2pm.
Primary-age children can attend our session on Wednesday October 27, from 2pm-3pm.
The sessions are free of charge, with the Wrexham Branch of the National Autistic Society covering the cost of each child attending.
If you are interested in attending, or would like to find out more about what to expect at each session, please register your interest with Kerry Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org.