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Easter Clubs In Burton To Keep Kids Active During The Holidays
A quality football and multi sports programme dedicated to keeping kids aged between 5 and 13 active this Easter holiday starts this Monday, April 02.
There are still some spaces available for the programme and parents are being invited to sign their children up via a booking form which can be found at http://www.burtonalbionfc.co.uk/
Week one will be hosted at two different locations in tandem – William Shrewsbury Primary School in Stretton and Robert Sutton School in Stapenhill from 9am to 3.30pm. The second week will take place at the Shobnall Leisure Complex in Burton-on-Trent at the same times.
During the sessions, children will have the chance to take part in different sporting activities including a mini football tournament and penalty shoot out.
Friendly incentives will be brought into play and at the end of the programme children can participate in an Easter egg hunt. All the children will also receive a certificate of achievement and get to meet Burton Albion club mascot Billy Brewer.
One child will then be selected as ‘Star Of The Week’ for showing great personal improvement whilst on the programme. They will be rewarded with the opportunity to participate in a penalty shoot out at half time during a Burton Albion FC league game.
Prices for the workshop are set at £13.00 a day but drops to £10 per day for 4 or more days
The workshop is run by Burton Albion Community Trust – a registered Burton charity working to the themes of Social Inclusion, Health, Education, Sport Partnership and Disability.
To find out more about the holiday programme and to book your child a spot on one of the days visit the link above.
Running in conjunction with the holiday agenda is a smaller club for 2-4 year olds on Tuesday, April 03 and Tuesday, April 10. Held in the same locations, parents are invited to bring their baby Brewers along to a two hour session from 10am – 12pm where they will learn initial movement patterns in a fun structured session.
For more information on this or any of the courses held by Burton Albion Community Trust please visit, http://www.burtonalbionfc.co.uk/
Press release issued by Erin Healey, Burton Albion Community Trust ,T: 07584 666 833. E: firstname.lastname@example.org.