Football fun for scores of children during half term

PUBLISHED: 10:43 15 November 2018 | UPDATED: 12:52 15 November 2018

Children taking part in the Priority Football holiday camp.

Children taking part in the Priority Football holiday camp.

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Scores of children spent hours enjoying football coaching during half-term.

More than 100 youngsters took part in Priority Football’s holiday camp at Nailsea School.

Children aged four to 11 attended the popular football fun days, taking part in a range of games including Halloween-themed challenges and the coveted Priority Football world cup.

Founder Rob Prior said: “This turned out to be our busiest ever camp.

“The children made it such a memorable week for our coaches and their enthusiasm for football was fantastic – we can’t wait for the next camps during the Chistmas Holidays.”

The next camps will run from January 2-5 during the Christmas school holidays.

Parents should visit www.priorityfootball.co.uk/holidaycamps to book their child’s place or email rob@priorityfootball.co.uk with enquires.


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