This week St Anthony is joined by author of The First Game With My Father, Michael Tierney. They discuss all things Celtic including Sean Connery, Gerard Butler, Ben Bradley et al.
Also the Celtic FC Foundation have just a few team places left for their first golf day which is taking place on World Autism Day – 2nd April, at Renfrew Golf Club.
CELTIC FC FOUNDATION GOLF DAY TO TAKE PLACE ON WORLD AUTISM AWARENESS DAY
CELTIC FC Foundation’s inaugural Golf Day will coincide with World Autism Awareness Day on Thursday, April 2.
World Autism Awareness Day is an initiative launched by the United Nations General Assembly to promote awareness and understanding of people with autism.
Celtic FC Foundation’s first Golf Day is scheduled to take place at Renfrew Golf Club with all proceeds raised going towards a project that will help children and young people with autism. In collaboration with the University of Strathclyde, Celtic FC Foundation intend to create a project which will offer an opportunity to enhance each child’s wellbeing through supported physical activity such as football and dance with a focus on fun.
Celtic FC Foundation’s inaugural Golf Day, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0141 551 4291.
Female Football Fans in Training – New recruits required
Female Only Football Fans in Training (FFIT) is a 13-week programme delivered here at Celtic Park in collaboration with the Scottish Professional Football League Trust and Celtic FC Foundation.
The aim of FFIT is to encourage female supporters, 35 to 65 years old, to make significant changes to their risk of ill health by losing weight, becoming more active and eating a healthier diet.
Participants are targeted to achieve 5% to 10% reduction in body weight whilst improving fitness levels. Our experienced community coaches have been expertly trained to deliver this specific programme and they encourage participants to stay active and healthy while also having a positive effect on the healthy living choices of participants’ wider family and friends.
Each session lasts for approximately two hours and comprises of a one-hour interactive workshop, hosted in one of our match day lounges, to discuss lifestyle, diet and nutrition. This is then followed by an hour of physical activity, such as circuits, along with developing fitness components such as endurance and strength which all take place in and around the stadium, such as the gym, concourse areas and trackside. This programme is fully tailored to individual clients’ needs and requirements.
- Female only
- Aged 35 to 65
- BMI of 28 or above
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Wednesday evenings: 6-8pm
Start date: Wednesday 25 March 2015 End date: Wednesday 17 June 2015
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