Ellesmere Youth Project Sports Camp

During the half term Ellesmere Youth Project in partnership with Saalik Education Centre have booked Firvale Centre to do multi- sports for boys aged eight and over. We will run from 1.45 to4.45pm from Tuesday, 26th May to Thursday, 28th May. The cost is £2 a day or £5 a week.

If you have any young people that are interested, please pass this information on. If anybody wants to use a pitch, you are welcome and it's free as the entire centre has been booked. However you will have to staff the session. Pitches will be allocated on first come, first serve basis.

Ring Imran Ali on the mobile below if you are interested or if you have any queries.

Imran Ali

Vestry Hall Youth Development (Conflict Worker)

Ellesmere Youth Project

Sorby House

42 Spital Hill


S4 7LG

0114 213 3120/ 0797 984 4692

Ellesmere Youth Project Sport camp (First day)
1:45pm to 4:45pm Tuesday 26 May 2015

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