Easter half-term football camps in Nailsea

PUBLISHED: 14:48 15 March 2017 | UPDATED: 14:48 15 March 2017

Priority Football.

Priority Football.

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Nailsea’s Priority Football is to run its first school holiday football camp this Easter.

Priority Football, based in Nailsea, is set to run its first school holiday football camps this Easter half-term, for six to 12-year-olds.

“Whether your child is trying football for the first time or has been playing for years, they will find our exciting activities fun and rewarding,” said lead coach Rob Prior, who also works at Bristol Rovers.

Each day is planned and led by Prior and fellow Bristol Rovers coach Tim Jones, who will be supported by other experienced, FA qualified coaches.

Camps take place in three-day blocks starting April 10 and 18, costing £16 per day or £40 per three days. Each day runs from 9am to 3pm at Scotch Horn Leisure Centre, Nailsea, with early drop-offs available (please enquire).

To sign up, parents should visit priorityfootball.co.uk/join or call 07787 426353.

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