This year’s Weeks of Action proved to be a great success with a wide variety of events, activities and promotions hosted throughout England and Wales to celebrate the campaign. Read on to discover how the initiative was celebrated…
Here’s a few highlights from around the grounds:
And we were delighted to sign up to the Mental Health Charter for Sport & Recreation: Level Playing Field signs up to the Mental Health Charter for Sport & Recreation
We also hosted some great blog posts on our website coinciding with our Weeks of Action awareness days:
World Autism Awareness day: Blog post from the Shippey CampaignJeff Newall – My matchday experience as a partially sighted fanNathan Davies – What difference does a platform make?Mike Hughes – Through the eyes of a fanMichael Le-Surf – Changing Places at Football StadiaLeroy Binns – Why every sports venue should have a Changing Places toilet
And to finish, a lovely poem by Luton Town fan Theresa Gazard:
Level Playing Field wishes to thank everyone who contributed to making this year’s Weeks of Action such a success.
LPF were pleased to align this year’s campaign with the Centre for Access to Football in Europe’s week of action – Total Football Total Access which will see a range of activities and initiatives taking place across Europe.