Clubs who opened their doors to new recruits included Aylesbury United Girls and Ladies, Chesham United Girls & Ladies, City Belles, FC Castlethorpe, AFC Caversham, Tilehurst Panthers, Wendover Wildcats, all running open sessions during the week, and numerous schools and colleges running sessions to feed into local clubs looking to get involved in delivering more female football.
MK Colleges young leaders delivered to over 70 primary aged girls promoting their new Wildcats sessions, partnering Newport Pagnell FC to ensure more girls can start playing in the North of MK. These Wildcats sessions will take place at Newport Pagnell FC, 5-6pm on Wednesday evenings - for more information, email Charlene.Ward-Greef@mkcollege.ac.uk
In Flackwell Heath, a brand new women's recreational session started on Thursday evenings for those aged 16+ on the College Astro. The ladies play between 8.30-9.30; if you are interested in going along contact Martin on 07834321936.
At Aqua Vale in Aylesbury, four Social Women’s football groups from Buckingham university, two from Aylesbury (contact Sara on firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to play social football in Aylesbury) and another from Amersham (contact Cath on email@example.com for more details) came together for a tournament. It finished all square but the ladies are keen to seek out any other opportunities for fixtures with social groups playing.