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Joel Osborne

Joel Osborne writes

Posted Thursday, March 22nd 2018

Book now for Bristol Flyers Easter camps

Bristol Flyers will be hosting its hugely popular basketball camps over the Easter holidays.

Delivered at Abbeywood Community School, the club will host sessions for children aged 8-14-years-old of all abilities.

The camps will be delivered from 9am-3pm each day, giving juniors the opportunity to practice a range of techniques, compete in small-sided games and meet other youngsters from across the city.

More information can be found below:

EASTER HOLIDAY PROGRAMME

Venue - Abbeywood Community School, New Road, Stoke Gifford, Bristol, BS34 8SF
Time - 9am-3pm.
Ages: 8-14, all abilities are welcome
£20 a day.

Dates

Tuesday, March 27th
Wednesday, March 28th
Tuesday, April 3rd
Wednesday, April 4th

For more information on costs please contact Jenny Lewis on 0783 778 3896 or jenny.lewis@bristol-sport.co.uk.

To enrol on a course please book online.

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