2019 GLOBAL PEACE GAMES EXECUTIVE REPORT 2019 GLOBAL PEACE GAMES EVALUATION / REPORT
A BIG THANK YOU TO EVERYONE THAT MADE FREE v FREE A DAY TO REMEMBER. A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO Kieran Doherty AND HIS TEAM FOR PRODUCING THIS PERFECT REMINDER OF WHAT IT IS ALL ABOUT. The National Children’s Football
Preparing for the 2019 Global Peace Games. 5 new Peace Field Project Plaques will be unveiled at this year's GPGs: Enniskillen Royal Grammar School, Fermanagh, N Ireland. Chart Wood School, Surrey, England. Shepway Sports Trust, 3 Hill Sports Centre, Folkestone,
Applications for the 2020 Global Peace Games, Flanders, Belgium, 20th to 25th September, 2020 In 500 words; describe how you have utilized your peace pitch to promote peace through play. Tell us who benefits playing on the peace pitch.
Becoming a professional footballer is the dream goal for many young boys and for many the Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence (ASE) is the first step on that road. Unfortunately it can also be the end of the journey - when a professional
UPDATED 22/05/19 Rugby 7s Tournament celebrates Peace Fields twinning with Flanders and ERGS’s involvement in Global Peace Games 2019 We were delighted to welcome Mr Ernie Brennan from the Childrens’ Football Alliance and ambassador of the Global Peace Games
A BIG THANK YOU TO EVERYONE THAT MADE FREE v FREE A DAY TO REMEMBER. A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO Kieran Doherty AND HIS TEAM FOR PRODUCING THIS PERFECT REMINDER OF WHAT IT IS ALL ABOUT. National Children's Football Week
Shepway Sports Trust will be facilitating The Three Hills Sports Park's Peace Field Project twinning ceremony. Their peace pitch will be in the memory of Folkestone born Walter Tull, the first black professional football and the first black captain to
THE PEACE RIDE The aim was to raise money for young people in the slums of India to participate in the 2019 Global Peace Games, Messines, Belgium. 18 cyclists representing Team NCFA, Team Starlizard, Team Basildon (Beauchamps High School and
The Global Peace Games (GPGs) is now 4 years old. The 2018 GPGs was part funded by Erasmus+ and UEFA Foundation for Children; inspired by The United Nations’ International Day of Peace and The First World War’s 1914 Christmas Truces.