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    22 May, 2008

    Terry Venables

    Terry regularly returns to Clydach Vale where his mother grew up to support the Cambrian Village Trust. There is some footage of his most recent visit here.

    The Trust was formed in 2000 with the aim of promoting sport in the area for both children and adults. It was also a founding member of the Communities First Partnership in Cwmclydach.

    Terry launched a CD on football training paid for by Arriva Trains. More than 100 primary schools throughout Rhondda Cynon Taf are to benefit from the educational CD.

    Speaking on behalf of the Trust, Phil Williams (him with the moustache) said: “Our main objective in producing the CD is to help children at Key Stage 2 to develop skills in four areas of the national curriculum – maths, geography, history and grammar. We used football as the general theme, which will help the children learn in a fun and interactive way. It also has the benefit of being available in schools, youth clubs or at home”

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