North Somerset Athletic Academy gets backing from leading health club

PUBLISHED: 12:55 04 September 2018 | UPDATED: 12:55 04 September 2018

Jason Eaton and Chris Millard.

Jason Eaton and Chris Millard.


North Somerset Athletic Academy has received sponsorship from theclub at Cadbury to continue their support for more than 10 years.

One of the South West’s leading athletic clubs has received the backing from the region’s best health club.

The North Somerset Athletic Academy (NSAA), which boasts more than 400 competing members, has enjoyed the support of theclub at Cadbury House in Congresbury since 2007 ensuring the continued development of the group.

With 30 qualified coaches, the academy was set up in 2004 by Chris Millard who recognised there was a huge demand for athletics among young people in the area.

Chris said: “We’re delighted to receive the support from theclub at Cadbury House. When we launched we realised there was a growing demand for athletics so to have grown so quickly and enjoy the success we have has been a great achievement.

“Not in our wildest dreams did we think it would be so successful, and I’d like to thank everyone at theclub at Cadbury House for their continued support.”

Jason Eaton, group director at theclub added: “Chris is a true unsung hero. He’s done a fantastic job setting up and growing the club and is an inspiration to many young people in the area and we wish him, the coaches and most importantly the young athletes all the best for the forthcoming season.”

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