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Beat Easter holiday boredom at The Sports Club
Kids can beat the holiday boredom this Easter by signing up for a range of Cotswold-wide sports coaching, thanks to The Sports Club.
Daily doses of sport sessions are being hosted at venues across the district during the school holidays, with popular pastimes such as football, gymnastics, cricket, golf, rugby, boccia, tennis and many more on offer.
The scheme, initially set up by Cotswold District Council in 2005, is aimed at children aged from 5-16 years, and offers a fun, friendly and safe environment where they can take part in varied sport sessions.
The Sports Club, led by Sports Development Officer, Scott Burry, will visit Cotswold Leisure Bourton-On-The-Water every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and Cirencester Deer Park School every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday starting on Monday 25 March.
The 2013 programme of venues and dates can be viewed at www.cotswold.gov.uk/go/thesportsclub
Scott says: “Our ethos at The Sports Club is to provide children with a positive experience of sport in a safe, fun and friendly environment. I’m very pleased with the past success of The Sports Club, and I am sure the popularity will continue to grow during the coming year. I am very much looking forward to seeing our regular visitors and all the new faces that want to come and get involved in all the fun during 2013”
The Sports Club coaching team are all qualified at various levels of sports coaching, are CRB checked and have First Aid and Child Protection training. A daily fee of £15 applies per session, with a £5 off daily reduction for those with a Sports Club membership.
Please contact the Council’s Sports Development Officer Scott Burry on 01285 623447 or by email, [email protected] for more information.
: 09/03/2013 00:24:33
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