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Make a splash with leisure@ this Easter
Throughout Easter, leisure@cheltenham will be offering a full programme of activities to keep children busy.
Football, badminton, squash, tennis and swimming are just a few of the sports that youngsters can try out.
The activities will run from Monday 6th April until Thursday 9th April and then from Tuesday 14th April until Friday 17th April. Registration begins at 8.30am each day and youngsters can choose to take part in a half day until 1pm, or 1pm until 5.30pm, or they can opt for the full day. Prices are £11 per half day, or £16 for the whole day, with a week-long pass costing £55.20.
Stephen Petherick, commercial manager for leisure@cheltenham said: 'There's no reason for children to be bored this Easter as we have plenty of activities to keep them busy. I hope they will come along to the centre, get some exercise and more importantly have some fun.'
Booking forms can be found at leisure@cheltenham's customer service desk and they will need to be completed before paying. leisure@cheltenham, which re-opened last September following a full refurbishment, is located on Tommy Taylor's Lane in Cheltenham.
To each session, children are asked to bring: comfortable clothing for sport; swim wear and towel; receipt of booking/payment; trainers with non-marking soles; packed lunch and plenty of enthusiasm. The programme has been designed for children aged eight to thirteen years.
For further information, contact customer services on 01242 528764.
: 02/04/2009 11:09:07
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