Denbigh Town Ladies have announced a new team within their set up.
The Tier 2 North club have added a walking football side to their activities.
It is aimed at any age, but is more popular for ages 35+.
This section of the club will be run by Steve Bailey, who has shown a great commitment to walking football locally.
Steve also participates in Denbigh Strollers for males, as well as playing in St Asaph. Walking football is a huge sport nationally with Wales competing on an international front.
Denbigh Town Ladies manager Jordie Baker said: “We have gone from strength to strength over the last year. Having gained Tier 2 status a couple of weeks ago hasn’t stopped our focus for the community.
“Everything we do has the community at the centre of our decisions. Bringing Steve in to run these sessions is great for the club and for the people of Denbigh.
“We now cater for 4 year olds and above with no limit on age. This is a good addition for us to have a complete pathway from girls to ladies – and now even further.”
Steve added: “Walking Football has seen a huge increase in popularity in the past 3 years, with many new clubs and teams being founded across the UK. In North Wales there are approximately 20 teams and clubs playing regularly.
“Some of those are purely recreational, and some competitive with teams in the Welsh National League, including Denbigh Strollers. Both nationally and locally we are keen to provide women with the opportunity to play Walking Football in a supportive and relaxed environment.
“This collaboration between Denbigh Town FC and Denbigh Strollers is intended to do that locally, and provide the opportunity to get involved with a great game with like-minded people. All are welcome including complete novices and ex internationals !”
This is an exciting time for the town of Denbigh having access to multiple boys and girls age groups as well as two high achieving senior teams.