26th July 2006

 

SPORTING FUN FOR THE SUMMER HOLIDAYS

 

Fun sports coaching sessions could be just the thing to stop your kids getting bored during the long summer break.

 

Lincoln firm Fun First Sports Coaching is offering a series of summer sport camps across the city to encourage children to keep fit and stay active over the summer.

 

Two multisport camps and two football camps will be held at the University of Lincoln and at Welton Manor Park sports complex over the next few weeks.

 

“We provide a safe environment in which children can learn while having fun,” explained coach Dave Thorpe.

 

“Whether you’re child is a keen beginner or an experienced campaigner, our courses have something to offer them – an introduction to the game or a way to develop your child’s skills further.”

 

All sports camps feature skills training from qualified staff, learning through games, small-sided games and tournaments and a prize ceremony. The courses are aimed at children aged between four and 14.

 

The full list of sports camps is as follows:

 

Thursday 27th July and Friday 28th July                  10.30am – 3.30pm

Multisport course, University of Lincoln                                          £20

 

Monday 31st July – Friday 4th August                      10.30am – 12.30pm

Football course, University of Lincoln                                             £25

 

Monday 7th and Tuesday 8th August                       10.30am – 3.30pm

Multisport course, University of Lincoln                                          £20

 

Monday 14th – Wednesday 16th August                 10am – 3pm

Football course, Welton Manor Park sports complex                    £25

 

To book a place on any of the above sports camps call Dave Thorpe on 01522 533036 or 07887 834704.

 

For more information contact:

Jez Ashberry, Press and Media Relations Manager

01522 886042             07843 658943             jashberry@lincoln.ac.uk

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