Ever-popular Elite Sports Academy welcomed 75 children to their sports camp over the February half-term as they beat the recent bad weather and helped keep the kids active.
Sports such as tennis, football, hockey, tag rugby, hula dance and many more were undertaken by all, as well as a final day mini Olympics and football World Cup to determine the medals and awards.
Elite Sports chief Andrew Tidswell was delighted with the turnout – and is excited about a number of opportunities he and his team will be offering children in the future.
He said: “Our aim at the Elite Sport Academy is to not only work alongside schools in delivering a very high standard of sport curriculum, but to give the children opportunities.
“Some of these opportunities have already started with dance studios running weekly, with genres such as zumba for kids and hip hop and street dance for all ages.
“On the football side, there is a base for soccer tots to start learning and demonstrating their talent.”
Among Elite Sports’ latest projects is the all-new Elite Sport Academy Football Development Centre.
That will for children aged from 8-11 and will be starting soon.
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