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Vote For The Spectrum Project To Win Aviva Community Award

Vote for a guaranteed future for the Bristol Rugby Community Foundation's Spectrum Project with an award from the Aviva Community Fund.

A new and unique initiative of the Bristol Rugby Community Foundation, Spectrum increases and develops special needs and disability provision in sport, leisure and personal development through tailored programmes in special schools and specialist centres across Bristol and South Gloucester.

This application for funding can guarantee that the work continues into the new academic year by qualified and passionate professionals with the value-added support of Bristol Rugby Community Foundation and Bristol Rugby Club.

The Spectrum Project began delivery in January 2015, and has been run full time on a voluntary basis to date.

Spectrum has already impacted over 150 special needs and disabled young people locally, including attending and reporting on Bristol Rugby match-days, and projects supported by first team players George Watkins, Nick Koster and Charlie Amesbury.

Register online and cast your votes (you can cast all 10 for the Spectrum Project).

This Aviva Award would guarantee the funding to staff the project full time for the next twelve months as well as laying the foundations for the years to come.

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