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New look Football Camps arriving this Easter

22 February 2017

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Blackburn Rovers Community Trust have created an exciting new Easter opportunity for primary school aged children to enjoy three great holiday camps.

A new setup sees our main sports camp re-branded as the 'Football Camp', while the Activity Camp returns by popular demand. Added to both are the new 'After Camp' sessions, which allow parents to leave their children with us for a longer day, if it helps to tie in neatly with their working day.
Now running from 9am to 3pm daily for children aged five to 11, the Football Camp in the Blackburn Rovers Indoor Centre and Activity Camp in the Darwen End accept drop-offs from 8.30am each day. Children on the football camp will get to enjoy matches, training drills, knockout competitions and much more, while the Activity Camp comprises art, dance, song, games and a whole host of creative fun.
At the conclusion of each camp, parents can either come and collect their children, or allow them to stay on for the 'After Camp', which is a great cool-down opportunity from 3pm to 5pm in the Darwen End suites, where we'll supervise their access to concepts like movies, computers and art.
Signing up for either of the two main camps is great value at just £12 per day, £49 for a full five day week or £39 for either of our two four day weeks either side of the Easter weekend. The After Camp costs a mere £3 per day and can be booked for as many or as few days as you need it alongside the primary camp of your choice.
The extended dates over which each event will run are as follows:
  • Monday 3rd to Friday 7th April (five day week, all camps)
  • Monday 10th to Thursday 13th April (four day week, all camps)
  • Tuesday 18th to Friday 21st April (four day week, Football Camp and After Camp only)
You can download more information about every camp here, or call 01254 508256 to speak to our reception team for bookings or additional details.
If your Easter isn't spent right here at Ewood Park, it sounds like a waste of a school holiday to us!

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