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City star Goss boosts school pupils

PUBLISHED: 18:00 30 March 2009 | UPDATED: 10:45 07 July 2010

Canaries legend Jeremy Goss got actively involved when he visited a healthy living event staged at Fakenham High School.

The former Norwich City star and Welsh international was a popular visitor on Thursday to the Fit for Life event which was aimed at showing the students the many ways they can lead a healthier lifestyle.

Canaries legend Jeremy Goss got actively involved when he visited a healthy living event at Fakenham High School.

The former Norwich City star and Welsh international was a popular visitor on Thursday to Fit for Life - aimed at showing students the many ways they can lead a healthier lifestyle.

The former midfield dynamo quickly got involved in a kick-about with some of the pupils and displayed a few of the skills that made him a household name at Carrow Road.

Now working as a Club Community Ambassador, Jeremy said he and the club fully endorsed the aims of the healthy

living ethos and was

only too pleased to support it.

The after-school event saw a wide range of stands and demonstrations on the healthy living theme,

all aimed at

improving physical and mental wellbeing,

and included fitness

checks, stress-busting, and nutritional therapists.

The event was supported by a number of

funding partners and

education and sporting agencies.


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