Midfielder Lee delighted the hoards of young football fans, signing autographs and posing for photos before being quizzed in a gruelling Q&A in the home dressing room at Ewood Park.
Large numbers of youngsters, aged 5-11, have been learning new skills and making friends through football, as well as taking part in tournaments throughout the week. They were also treated to a stadium tour of Ewood Park.
The Community Trust also offers an alternative for children who prefer a range of activities during half-term. The recent ‘Half-Term Activity Camp’, which saw youngsters take part in drama, arts & crafts and dance sessions along with trips to the cinema, ten-pin bowling, pumpkin carving and a walk around Brockholes nature reserve, was also well received.
Both camps are for children aged 5-11 and run from 8.30am-5pm at Blackburn Rovers Indoor Centre during most school holidays. If you would like more information about future camps please call the Trust on 01254 296256
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