News, Press - 10th July 2018
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The Falcons Take Flight over Queen’s parkrun, Belfast

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A group of young adults with learning disabilities known as The Falcons was assembled two years ago to encourage its members to be physically active outdoors.

 

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Since then they have been involved with Queen’s parkrun, Belfast, Northern Ireland and on a recent Saturday, 10 members of the group did a volunteer takeover.

 

The story was covered by BBC News, which can be found here. You can also watch the video coverage here through Facebook.

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