Women's England Euro 2022-winning star Kiera Walsh is offering Bury children a chance to train with her.

Manchester City midfielder Walsh grew up in Bury and is now helping to offer children the opportunity to train with her and the rest of the Lionesses.

The 25-year-old set up her teammate Ella Toone with a superb pass to score the opening goal in England's 2-1 extra time win at Wembley over Germany on Sunday.

In order to be in with a chance of winning a training session with England's champions, customers must buy an Marks and Spencer Eat Well product with their SPARKS card, or app, to be put into a draw.

It is part of M&S's Eat Well, Play Well campaign.

There will also be opportunities for grassroots or school football teams to win match tickets, signed merchandise, freekick set pieces and more.

Former Arsenal superstar Ian Wright regularly appeared as a pundit during the women's Euros.

He said: “M&S Food have outdone themselves with this competition – what an opportunity for young footballers to train with their heroes!

“It’s a genuine money can’t buy experience.

"It’s really easy to enter, for every Eat Well product you buy, this equals one entry to the competition. So, the healthier you eat the more chance you have to win!

“Plus, you have the chance to win loads of other great prizes including great tasting Eat Well products across a wide range of items.”

The competition is open from August 1 to September 27 across all stores, including the two M&S stores in Bury located on The Rock and on Bury New Road, Prestwich.

M&S aim to use the power of football and the influence of some of the UK’s biggest footballing heroes to help families make healthier choices under the ‘Eat Well, Play Well’ scheme. 

It links the eating habits of much-loved footballing heroes to how they play, aiming to promote positive healthy eating messages for children.