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New Flyers junior hub to launch in March

Bristol Flyers' new junior community hub at The Park Community Centre, Knowle will kick off next month.

The hub, which starts on Monday, March 4th, 6pm-7.30pm, is for boys and girls aged eight to 16-years-old, with the first week free to everyone. Sessions will only take place during term time only. 

Following the success of our first hub at Wellsway, the latest hub will bring the Flyers community team to a new part of the city, offering more opportunities for people to get involved in the sport. 

The Flyers development hubs are a great way for youngsters to get involved in basketball and learn from a team of qualified and experienced coaches and members of the Flyers team.

After that, the cost is £3.50 per child, per week, with payment to be made online or on the night (cash only).

Want to find out more? Contact Flyers community development manager, Claire Buckingham, or click here to book.

Full details: 

Where: The Park Community Centre, Daventry Road, Knowle BS4 1DQ
When: Mondays, 6pm-7.30pm (in term time, starting March 4th)
Age: 8-16 years old
Cost: £3.50


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