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Robins Foundation holiday camps return for October Half Term

Bristol City Robins Foundation are pleased to announce the return of their extremely popular school holidays football camp this October half term.

Ran in partnership with South Bristol Sports Centre, the camps will take place from Monday October 28th through to Friday November 1st, and will provide youngsters between the ages of six to 12 the opportunity to make friends and play football in a fun and safe environment.

The emphasis of all Bristol City Robins Foundation holiday camps is fun and participation so youngsters of all footballing abilities are welcome.

The camp will be delivered by FA-qualified coaches, all of whom have a current DBS and have completed First Aid and Child Protection courses, ensuring the highest quality of coaching is experienced by all participants.

The camps will go on sale at 10am on September 30th with a limited number of early bird booking discounts available. The camps have sold out on previous occasions so it is advised that parents book as early as possible to avoid disappointment.

For any further information please contact daniel.rogers@bcfc.co.uk or phone the Robins Foundation on 0117 9630636.

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