Liverpool FC's community team, Red Neighbours, is set for the return of some of its most popular sessions and events, following their postponement as a result of COVID-19 restrictions.

This includes Walking Football sessions in Kirkby, which take place every Wednesday at All Saints Catholic High School from 4pm to 5pm, and its monthly social event, Monday Club, which starts back on Monday October 18 at Anfield.

Red Neighbours’ newest session, Walk and Talk, which is a fun walking club that helps to tackle social isolation and bring back community spirit following COVID restrictions and lockdown, is also back. Walk and Talk takes place every Tuesday at 10.30am – all budding walkers should meet at the Eddie McArdle Pavilion in Kirkby.

The ever-popular chair-based yoga will continue to be online every Monday and Thursday, with selective in-person sessions held at Anfield.

Forbes Duff, senior manager, Red Neighbours, said: “We are delighted to have our in-person sessions returning this month. The past 18 months have been a very difficult time for many people in our communities, so it’s great to be able to be back delivering in-person sessions and provide a small sense of normality.

“We know that our sessions help to keep local residents connected and active and we are looking forward to welcoming back our existing and new participants.”

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