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Nottingham Forest are again delighted to confirm receipt of sponsorship to the club's interests.
Nottingham Law School is one of the leading law schools in the country and were inspired recently with Forest Ladies far reaching work in the community with the 'Radford Girls Footy' project.
Forest Ladies have worked with the Nottinghamshire Police since January 2013 to set up the Radford Girls Football in the Community Scheme. The scheme offers free football by gifting girls between 6 and 13 the chance to be coached on a Saturday for two hours by Forest Ladies coaches. The project was originally formulated by Lisa Dawkins, NFLFC Director of Football and Naomi Bolton of Nottinghamshire Police.
The project has now been recognised with a nomination for a forthcoming Nottinghamshire sports award and Nottingham Law School acknowledge the initiative and the good work by Forest Ladies.
Helen Hudson from NLS comments: "Nottingham Law School is committed to supporting community initiatives. We are delighted to be able to sponsor the Radford Community Development Scheme and Nottingham Forest Ladies - an initiative which reaches out to the community and encourages participation in girls football."
Director of Football at Nottingham Forest Ladies Lisa Dawkins comments: "This is a valuable contribution to the Radford Girls Scheme which will allow this part of the Clubs resource and support to continue for the foreseeable future.
"On behalf of NFLFC I would like to thank Nottingham Law School for their much appreciated support."
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