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Posted Tuesday, February 13th 2018

Bristol Flyers' February half-term camp SOLD OUT

Places on the Bristol Flyers’ February half-term holiday camp have now completely SOLD OUT!

Delivered at Abbeywood Community School, the club have sold out over 100 places on the three-day camp, for children aged 8-14-years-old of all abilities.

Sessions are delivered by the Flyers’ professional players, giving juniors the opportunity to practice a range of techniques, compete in small-sided games and meet other youngsters from across the city.

Bristol Flyers' community development office, Jenny Lewis said: “The response to our February half-term holiday camps has been terrific and it is fantastic to see so many youngsters keep active in a fun and safe environment.

“We have many more camps coming up and I would encourage all local children to come along as I am sure you won’t be disappointed."

The next Bristol Flyers holiday camp will be held during the Easter break, with full details to be announced soon.

For more information on Bristol Flyers’ half-term camps, e-mail jenny.lewis@bristolflyers.co.uk.


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