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Bedford Ladies & Girls FC hosted a small charity football tournament on Saturday 7th March in aid of raising much needed funds for CAMHS.
The tournament was organised by a group of teenagers who are on their 6 week course with the National Citizens Service. Their chosen charity is CAMHS and the event held on Saturday is just one amongst many they have organised to raise funds for the charity.
There were four teams and each member paid a small amount to enter. Additionally, the group had organised a cake and sweet stall. They managed to raise £49.59 on the day, giving a total of approximately £600.00 to date.
The day was organised by Ninette Tavares of Bedford Ladies and Girls FC along with others from a variety of schools in the area including Shackleton Upper, Biddenham Upper, Wootton Upper, Redborne Upper. Ninette plays in the Under-18 team as well as in the ladies squad and is a regular member of the Bedford Ladies reserves team which plays in the FAWPL Reserves Southern Division.
Bedford Ladies and Girls FC youth home matches take place at the newly refurbished Allen Park facility (Old Ford End Road, Queen's Park, Bedford MK40 4NQ) on Saturday mornings, entrance is free and all support is welcome.
If you would like to sponsor, support or play for Bedford Ladies & Girls FC please contact us by email to email@example.com (web: www.Bedfordladies-girlsfc.org).
Mental Health is very close to the hearts of the members of Bedford Ladies & Girls FC as one of our players died due to mental illness and the scar of losing such a young, vibrant and talented teenager remains with the Club today.
CAMHS is a specialist NHS service for children and young people with mental health issues. To donate via the NCS please contact Seymour Fearon on (07738) 998701. For information on what the NCS can offer, please contact the office on (01234) 365833, NCS Office, 6 St Paul's Square, Bedford MK40 1SQ.
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