Flying the Flag for Paces and Sheffield United FC

23rd May 2016

On Sunday 8th May, Paces families proudly turned out to watch their children form part of the Guard of Honour for Sheffield United's last fixture of the season.

Three of our school children represented Paces alongside siblings and other family members on this Indian summer's day, then settled back alongside other fans to cheer on the Blades. Two excited youngsters also took part in the penalty shootout at half time - a jolly afternoon was had by all. Paces was invited to this fixture as part of the United Cashback initiative, the £95.33 raised will contribute to the sustainability of a range of unique opportunities that enable personal growth and lifelong independence for children and young people with cerebral palsy and other motor disorders. We wish to extend our gratitude to SUFC for their support our thanks goes to Dave for guiding us through the process leading up to 8th May, and to Rob and Amy who looked after us all and made sure everything ran smoothly on the day. Contact Natalie Yarrow on 0114 284 4488 or e-mail to find out how you can help to support children and young people with cerebral palsy and other motor disorders. Join us on Facebook: Follow us on twitter: @paces_sheffield Website:

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