Sutton Games to be most accessible ever
This year’s Sutton Coldfield Community Games is set to be the most accessible ever thanks a collaboration between six organisations.
Midland Mencap, Sutton Coldfield Scouts, Royal Navy, West Midlands Fire Service, Aston Villa Foundation and West Bromwich Albion FC Foundation have joined forces to create a new accessibility zone to ensure the Sutton Games can be enjoyed by people of all abilities.
Accessible adaptations of activities including football, dance, shooting and cycling will be provided in the newly created area, meaning more people than ever will be able to enjoy the activities on offer during the two-day event.
Beavers all aboard for the Games!
Buddy paid a visit to the 10th Sutton Coldfield West Beavers in Boldmere last night to thank the children and leaders for their support for the Sutton Games.
The Beaver Group held a cake sale last weekend as a part of their work towards their Challenge badge and elected to donate the £80.35 raised to the Games. Thank you Beavers, that’s a brilliant result!
Dennis Kennedy also shared the news that the Group will has been invited to parade around the track at Wyndley with Buddy as a part of the Games on Saturday 8th. The youngsters are camping in Sutton Park that weekend and as a part of their adventure will now be trekking down to Wyndley to join in the fun. To thank them for their support, Dennis has invited them to be guests of honour.