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CAN WE KICK IT?

by Rebecca Keys

Cory Environmental, the firm at the centre of last years rubbish collecting fiasco, are making good with a bit of good old fashioned charity.

The corporation are donating a new set of footballs and team training kit for the Trevenson FC Blackhawks disability football group.

Based in Camborne, the Blackhawks consist of youth players with various disabilities with the common aim to have fun whilst playing football.

John Stevens, Head Coach, commented: “We are very pleased that Cory Environmental has decided to sponsor us and provide the group with some fantastic new footballs and team training kit.”

The group currently trains every Saturday from 11am till 12 noon, with players travelling from across Cornwall.

If you are interested in participating or to watch the team in training, please contact debbie191435@tiscali.co.uk. For more information visit www.trevensonfc.co.uk

ENDS

Picture caption: Trevenson FC Blackhawks

Notes to editors:

Cory Environmental, one of the UK’s leading recycling, waste management and energy recovery companies, operates across the country and employs over 1400 people at nearly 40 sites. It provides a wide range of integrated services from street cleansing and municipal waste collection to recycling, transfer and disposal.

In November 2011, Cornwall Council awarded Cory Environmental Services a £125 million contract for Cornwall’s refuse collection and recycling collection services. The contract commenced in April 2012 and will last for eight years.



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