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Vote for Flyers Health Squad to receive Aviva Community Funding

Voting is now open for the Bristol Flyers' Health Squad programme to receive funding from the Aviva community fund.

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The Flyers’ Health Squad programme is a needs-driven health programme which the club have created to empower children with the knowledge and understanding to be able to make positive lifestyle decisions as they progress through life.

The programme takes the form of two hours of curriculum delivery a week for six weeks, the first hour is classroom-based covering a range of health issues and the second hour is a practical basketball session.

The practical component of the programme is delivered in terms by the Flyers' professional players so not only do the children get to learn and develop their coordination, decision making, ability to work as part of a team, agility and ball handling skills, they also get the added bonus of being taught by someone who plays at the top level in the country.

Aviva community fund voting is open until Tuesday, November 21st, so start sharing the project with as many friends and family as possible. Once you register, you’ll receive ten votes which you can use at any time during the voting phase of the competition.

Voting is completely FREE and takes just five minutes - click on the link above to help the Health Squad programme receive important funds.

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