Priority Football returns to Nailsea for half term

PUBLISHED: 16:04 14 October 2018

Priority Football sessions in Nailsea.

Priority Football sessions in Nailsea.


Football fans in Nailsea can sign up for some extra sessions during half term.

Priority Football is running its popular football camps at Nailsea School during the October half term.

More than 250 children attended the camps during the summer holidays.

The latest sessions will run from October 29-31 for children aged five to 12.

Priority Football was founded by Nailsea resident Rob Prior in 2016 and now delivers technical football sessions to more than 300 children in North Somerset every week, but it is the holiday camps which Rob is particularly proud of.

He said: “To see so many local children all in one place, having fun playing football, is an amazing feeling.”

“Nailsea has such a fantastic selection of football coaches and the all-weather sports facilities at Nailsea School are the perfect venue for holiday camps.”

Rob is also an academy coach at Bristol Rovers.

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