On Tuesday the 30th October, participants from across Derby and PL Kicks visited the National Football Museum in the city of Manchester.

PL Kicks is a format designed to help people aged between 8-19. The main focus of PL Kicks is to help these people stay out of trouble by using football. In the museum there was interactive workshops for the participants to try out.

There was exhibitions by Colin Yates where he focused on Black History Month. The museum was highly accommodating for everyone who took part in the day out and the ones who participated in the activities.

PL Kicks and Community Engagement Manager Gavin Lewis said:

“It was a great way for these young people to learn about history and football when it can become interactive like it was at the museum.”


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