Our annual event at Stebonheath Park with Welsh Premier league side Llanelli AFC.
Another successful event this season at Llanelli AFC, we received great feedback from both pupils and teachers after the event.
Again this season Llanelli AFC supported the campaign in helping to education young people at Stebonheath Park, each season we jointly continue to share the message that racism should have no part in football or society.
Jason Webber - Campagin Worker
50 young people from Bryn Primary school attend the home of the reds for our event in Carmarthen.
The event started with an anti racism workshop delivered by ex-professional footballer Christian Roberts, our Welsh education co-ordinator Simon Richards and Sessional worker Chris Stoakes.
The young people learned about what forms of racism exist and what are stereotypes taking part in interactive games exploring these key messages.
The main event consisted of the young people watching the campaigns DVD while continuing to think of questions to ask the panel of guests for the Q and A session.
Llanelli AFC goal keeper Craig Richards joined Christian Roberts on the panel to answer questions from the young people.
Pupils Parys Tomlinson, Sean Davies and Mohammad Ali won prizes for their questions asked that included Llanelli AFC merchandise and SRtRC goodies.
We will continue to work with Llanelli AFC and the school will be involved with our schools competition this year.
We would like to thank Bryn Primary school, Llanelli AFC, Nigel Richards, Craig Richards for supporting SRtRC and the event at Stebonheath Park.
To view photos from the event visit our Facebook Page HERE
To view an interview with Llanelli AFC goal keeper Craig Richards click HERE