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Wear Red Day

Wear Red Day

Cambridge United Community Trust were involved running the sports activities at Cambridge Regional College in support of the recent Wear Red Day to show racism the red card.

The national day of action encourages schools, businesses and individuals to wear red and donate to help facilitate the delivery of anti-racism education for young people & adults throughout England, Scotland and Wales. All the money raised from Wear Red Day allows more young people and adults across the UK to challenge racism in society.

Cambridge United Community Trust engaged young people with various sports activities using the inflatable pitch, chip in the skip challenge, football tennis, penalty shootouts and keepy up competitions. It was great to have CRC’s football scholars, who train with Cambridge United to help run the football activities.

Andy Farrer, Cambridge United Community Trust Health and Inclusion Officer, said “It was great to support the Wear Red Day at CRC and run some fun activities to support this national day of action. It was brilliant to see so many people around the college backing the campaign.”

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