CHILDREN in Cumbria have the opportunity to train with local hero Georgia Stanway and the rest of the England squad. 

Georgia grew up in Askam, near Barrow. She was a pivotal part of the England women's squad who won the European Championships after a thrilling final against Germany. 

Football-obsessed children are now being given the opportunity to train with Stanway and the England squad through a competition run by M&S Food's Eat Well scheme. 

M&S created the Eat Well campaign to point out products that offer healthier alternatives to families. Every product that has an Eat Well stamp on it is an entry into the competition, all people have to do when paying is ensure that their SPARKS card is scanned to go into the draw. 

Former England player Ian Wright said: "What an opportunity for young footballers to train with their heroes. It's a genuine money can't buy experience." 

The competition is open from August 1 to September 27 across all stores. 

Other prizes will be up for grabs as well such as match tickets, kits, equipment and signed merchandise. 

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