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Alderman Swindell ball control

PUBLISHED: 17:28 12 February 2009 | UPDATED: 13:02 03 July 2010

Children work on their ball skills.

Children work on their ball skills.

PICTURED are children and parents working on their ball control skills at Alderman Swindell School. The sessions, which include exercise and health eating, are promoting healthy lifestyles for families and Norwich City Football in the Community has been working with nursery children and their families at Alderman Swindell.

PICTURED are children and parents working on their ball control skills at Alderman Swindell School. The sessions, which include exercise and health eating, are promoting healthy lifestyles for families and Norwich City Football in the Community has been working with nursery children and their families at Alderman Swindell. These free sessions are held at 9am on Tuesdays and are open to 2-4 year olds accompanied by a parent. Contact school on 01494 842055 for further details.

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