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Meg Munn Visit

MP Meg Visits Top Club

Friday 21 October 2005

Calverton Miners’ Welfare FC – the National FA Community Club of the Year for 2005 – have been playing host to a special guest.

Former Nottingham City Councillor, Meg Munn, who is now MP for Sheffield Heeley and also the Deputy Minister for Women & Equality, paid a visit to pass on her congratulations.

The visit was arranged by Amanda Leonard, Nottinghamshire County Council’s Sports Development Manager, who described it as "an opportunity to showcase some of the exemplary and varied work being carried out by partners within the County.”

   

During her visit, Meg met with women and men involved in women’s and girls’ sport, ranging from schools, professional clubs and local authority coaching and development schemes.

The visit included a spell at Calverton Miners Welfare where the MP was greeted by Viv Corcoran, to recognise the club’s winning of the National FA Community Club of the Year for 2005.

   

Meg met members of the Miners’ Welfare Under-13 and Under-15 teams, chatting for a full 20 minutes about their footballing prowess, how they enjoy it, and how to attract new players.

This was then followed by a presentation on behalf of Notts women’s and girls’ project, delivered by Zena Unit, before moving on the Colonel Frank Seely School.

 

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