The Chiltern One World Week kicks off a little earlier this year with Make a Difference Day, a football tournament on Saturday 29 May at the Marston Field at 2pm. So far Jean has 28 teams of under 16 year olds, lined up eager to compete for the One World Week Trophy. Everyone is welcome to go along and support the players. It is sponsored by Chiltern Racial Equality Council, and organized by Jean Black Ngody who joined CREC at the White Hill Centre last March. Jean is a former professional footballer, originally from Cameroon. He has also played football for clubs in Poland, Greece and the UK. Jean has lived in Chesham for the last few years and since retiring from football has been employed as a youth worker. So far Jean has 28 teams lined up eager to compete for the One World Week Trophy.
This is the afternoon event of Youth Ablaze Social Action Day (Love in Action)