We held our first ever event with Connah's Quay FC at the Deeside Collage
Young people from Taliesin Junior school attended the event to learn about racism.
Education worker Chris Stokes delivered and interactive workshop to the young people exploring the areas people can receive racism and challenge myths that exist in society.
First team manager Mark Mcgregor and assistant manager Jay Catton supported the event and the pupils, who we participating in a role play activity acting as newspaper journalists asked the club coaches questions on racism in football and society.
After watching the SRtRC DVD the pupils took part in the DVD quiz and pupils received prizes for correct questions.
The pupils were fortunate to all receive free season tickets for the club and the best asked question selected by Mark and Jay will have the opportunity to be a mascot for a up coming game in the Welsh Premier League.
The young people also received the first ever club posters produced by SRTRC with Connah's Quay FC signed by Mark and Jay.
We would like to thank the club for hosting the event, Mark and Jay, the school and Deeside collage.
The event has been funded by the Football Association of Wales and the Big Lottery.
For photos of the event visit our Facebook page HERE
For more information about our events in Wales contact Jason@theredcardwales.org