Oldest wingers in town

Sale, Anabel Unity
April 2009
Community Care;4/30/2009, Issue 1768, p26
The article reports that Norwich City Football Club is providing sporting opportunities and group activities to older people. The club aims to help older people by keeping them well and happy. Under the Extra Time project, the club is encouraging older people in England and Wales to take part in physical activity. Social activities include creative writing, day trips to football grounds and healthy eating talks.


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