Together We Will ambassador meets Cheslea FC idols
Together We Will campaign ambassador Jude Liversage, from Staffordshire, was recently invited to meet his idols at Chelsea FC team at their training ground in Cobham.
The lifelong football fan, that regularly travels the country to watch his beloved blues, went along with his father Tony to meet the first team, including his favourite player John Terry (pictured above).
The visit recognised Jude’s enthusiasm for football and his role as an ambassador for nationwide campaign, Together We Will. The campaign aims to encourage and motivate disabled people, along with their friends and families, to become more active.
Jude, who has cerebral palsy is football mad, his motivation and enthusiasm to be active has led him to live a healthy and happy life. As part of the Together We Will campaign Jude and his dad have shared their experiences of being active together as a family, to encourage other disabled people, along with their family and friends to take part in sport and exercise.
While at Chelsea's training ground, Jude, took the opportunity to pick up some top tips from the players. Ahead of taking part in CP United's accessible football festival last weekend at Partington Sports Village, which was supported by Cerebral Palsy Sport.
To find out more about Cerebral Palsy Sport, the country's leading disability sports organisation supporting children and adults with cerebral palsy to reach their sporting potential - please visit Cerebral Palsy Sport website or call 0115 925 7027.
The Together We Will campaign has now come to an end, but you can continue to find lots of information about the National Disability Sports Organisations, support available and opportunities to be active here.
Together We Will was brought to you by the National Disability Sports Organisations in partnership with EFDS and was supported by Sport England.