Chesterfield Recovery Football Festival kicks off Derbyshire Recovery activities for 2019!

Posted on: 30 Apr 2019

A huge well done to all organisations and participants at the Chesterfield Recovery Football Festival, which took place at the Proact Stadium, Chesterfield on Thursday, 25th April 2019.


The festival was organised by Chesterfield FC Community Trust, with funding provided by Derbyshire County Council Public Health Department, and a special mention going to Andrea Parkinson from Chesterfield FC Community Trust for organising the event. 


Teams that participated were: 


  • Chesterfield FC Community Trust ASR Participants



  • Derby County Community Trust 1



  • Derby County Community Trust 2



  • Intuitive Thinking



  • Chesterfield FC Community Trust 



And thanks to Stand To ( for bringing their information and stall to the event.


Next up in the events calendar for Recovery activities for 2019 is the Recovery Games in August where Derbyshire is hoping to provide a number of teams to take part


For more information about recovery in Derbyshire please visit


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