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Bristol City Community Trust will be hosting a week of football camps throughout February half-term, with the emphasis heavily placed on enjoyment.
This February's camp is sponsored by Get More VIts and will once again be delivered at Fives Soccer Centre, South Bristol Sports Centre, running from Monday, February 18th to Friday, February 22nd.
Each of the camps will run from 10am-2pm, and are designed to give children aged 6-11 the opportunity to learn and practice a range of techniques, whilst expressing themselves in a fun, safe and sociable environment with other youngsters from across the city.
FA-qualified coaches, all of whom have a current DBS, First Aid and Child Protection accreditation, will deliver the camps, ensuring the highest quality of coaching is experienced.
Community Trust’s Chief Executive Officer Dan White said: “Since our camps have relocated to South Bristol Sports Centre, the uptake has been phenomenal.
“The price of the camps and the quality of coaching available to the youngsters makes it excellent value for money and it is clear to see the enjoyment being had.
“The emphasis of these camps is firmly on participation and the social factors incorporated, thus making our camps suitable for males and females of all abilities.”
The camps remain on sale and are priced at £10 per day, book here.
These camps are extremely popular so register quickly to ensure your place.
For more information, contact the Trust on 0117 963 0636.
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