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gordon jones1This Saturday saw Suffolk County Councillor Gordon Jones, Cabinet Member for Children Services, Education & Skills and his partner, Babergh Councillor Jennie Jenkins, being joint guest of honour at the biggest outdoor sporting gathering ever in the village history of Capel St Mary, South Suffolk.

The local football club, Capel Plough had its biggest ever Junior Presentation Day with numerous free-to-use bouncy castles and stalls for the hundreds of its young players and siblings; plus a barbeque and cafe. Many parent verses player matches were played with particularly the dads being reminded that their playing days are truly over.

Another football camp with Essex Professional Coaching in the May school holidays.  Book using all the information on the poster.  

An amazing day for the village of Capel St Mary on the 28th April. Our village was host to James Cartlidge MP and Rebecca Bolton, Suffolk FA girls’ and women’s football development officer, to open an official FA Girls' Wildcats Centre.
 
Even though the weather was not the best, we had a huge turnout of local girls from 5-11 playing football on our Friars playing fields. Such a wonderful thing to see our village community come together. We are really fortunate to live in a wonderful village where local mums and dads volunteer to use their sparetime to provide healthy and fun sporting activities for the local girls, boys and young people. Congratulations to the whole village and everyone involved.
 
 

This Saturday is going to be fantastic for Capel St Mary. The Wildcats centre will be opened by James Cartlidge MP. We will have Rebecca Bolton FA Head of Female Football present. The media will be there including Donovan Blake from ITV Sport. If you haven't enrolled your daughter please email : wildcats@capelplough.co.uk

All girls to arrive by 9.10am, all participants must fill in an online consent form, this is for registration and confirmation that you are happy for any photos to be used for publicity either on TV or in the papers.

 

 

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