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Community | 'Gas Girls' visit North Star 240 (SEMH) School

Updated: Feb 7, 2023

Bristol Rovers Women's FC were back out in the community this week, visiting the students at North Star 240, running a training session and handing out some free 'Gas Girls' merchandise.

'Gas Girls' first-team players Poppy Warren, Alva Lang and Layah Douglas were all on hand to volunteer and support the sessions.

Based in North Bristol, North Star 240° is a secondary school that caters for pupils aged 11-16 with social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) needs and associated learning difficulties. Pupils who have difficulties with their emotional and social development may have limited social skills and find it difficult to make and sustain healthy relationships. And Bristol Rovers Women's were delighted to come and support.

'Gas Girls' Co-Founder, Matthew Davies said "We'd like to thank Javier and Shane for North Star 240, for arranging the visit on Thursday morning. I'd also like to thank Poppy, Alva and Layah for volunteering their time to support a really special school and a special group of young people. The feedback we had from the students was fantastic and it was a huge pleasure for us to visit."



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