We caught up with Vicki Sutton from our women’s sport beneficiary, Splott Superstars Netball Club, to find out more about their netball group. Exclusively for for female refugees and asylum seekers, many of the players have traumatic stories to tell but the netball club provides them with a women's sports group in which to have fun, play sport and make lasting friendships.
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We caught up with Kavita Kapoor and Ofelia Khan of Camden Shorinji Kempo – a modern Japanese martial arts group based in the heart of Camden in London, and one of our women's sports beneficiaries. The club was founded in early 2019 and prides itself on being the only completely female-led, and openly LGBTQ+ martial arts club.
We caught up with Fiona Eagle, one of the lead community trainers for A Mile in Her Shoes – a volunteer-led, UK based charity and one of our women's sports beneficiaries. Working with homeless organisations and refugee centres, the group aims to get women back on their feet through running and a range of other activities.
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