Foundation Round-Up: Remembrance Day 2018 & Premier League Writing Stars Competition launches…

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Read on for the latest news from the Cardiff City FC Foundation...

Veterans and pupils reminisce…

Last week saw veterans from our Sporting Memories: Veterans’ Project and Year 5 and 6 pupils from Radnor Primary School came together to discuss what Remembrance Day means to them.

Our visitors also shared their thoughts on how other aspects including school life and sports have changed over the years, as well as being treated to a tour of Cardiff City Stadium.

Remembrance Day 2018…

Ahead of Armistice Day, veterans also showed their support for those who fought and lost their lives in World War 1 by planting two commemorative trees outside Cardiff City Stadium.

Provided by the Premier League and the Woodlands Trust, the two trees were to remember Tom Witts and Wally Stewart who sacrificed their lives fighting for their country.

Students compete in Girls' Futsal Shield…

Female students from our Education and Sport programme travelled to Birmingham to take part in the EFL Trust Futsal Shield, taking on the likes of Bristol City and Newport.

Premier League Writing Stars Competition launches…

Last week also saw the launch of the Premier League’s annual Writing Stars competition, which encourages primary schools to create short poems on the topic of “Diversity”.

The judges for this year’s competition include Rio Ferdinand and Olly Murs, and the competition closes on Friday 21st December.

Find out more, here: https://www.cardiffcityfcfoundation.org.uk/pl-writing-stars-competition-launches