Making Sport Everyone’s Game

The 1st XV played in rainbow bootlaces on Saturday in their match against Epsom to show their support for Stonewall’s #RainbowLaces campaign;…

Rainbow LacesThe 1st XV played in rainbow bootlaces on Saturday in their match against Epsom to show their support for Stonewall’s #RainbowLaces campaign; a project that works to make sport open to everyone regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. Sadly, homo/bi/transphobia remains a problem at all levels of sport and a small but vocal minority can spoil the game for others. Cranleigh welcomes everyone in sport and we want to make sports everyone’s game.

www.stonewall.org.uk/our-work/campaigns/rainbow-laces 

Cranleigh has recently launched Alliance, a society to support and educate pupils and staff about LGBTQ issues. For more information on Alliance, see:

www.cranleigh.org/clubs-societies/alliance-society/ or email alliance@cranleigh.org

You can also follow us on Twitter!  @CranAlliance

 

The Alliance Team

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