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Vote for Bristol's Hoops 4 Health To Get Vital Funding

Vote to help Bristol-based schools basketball project secure £10,000 of funding from Aviva Community Fund. 

The Bristol-based project is designed to educate local primary school children on the importance of a healthy lifestyle and to encourage a healthier attitude. You can help them secure the vital funding by voting for them to go through the final round. 

The class based, and outdoor sessions, are run by Bristol Flyers players to give the five and six year olds positive role models to learn from. Basketball is not a sport they normally play in school so its a great opportunity for the youngsters to try something new. 

Matt Analts, from Bristol Flyers, says 'this funding is vital as it will raise awareness of a healthier lifestyle amongst many young people in our city and hopefully inspire more people to take up the sport and remain active'

You can vote by clicking here. Voting Closes May, 30th. 

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