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No need for school break to be boring

PUBLISHED: 11:42 26 March 2009 | UPDATED: 13:29 03 July 2010

FOR the Easter school holidays Great Yarmouth Borough Council's Sports Development Service have put together two weeks of sporting activity.

Monday, April 6 tenpin at Regent Bowl, Yarmouth 10am-11.

FOR the Easter school holidays Great Yarmouth Borough Council's Sports Development Service have put together two weeks of sporting activity.

Monday, April 6 tenpin at Regent Bowl, Yarmouth 10am-11.45am. Cost £4 per child.

Tuesday April 7, Wednesday, April 15 tennis at Gorleston Tennis Club, Orde Avenue, Gorleston 10am to 3pm each day. Cost £12 per child, per day.

Tuesday, April 7, skiing for beginers at Norfolk Ski Club, Trowse, Norwich 11.30am-4pm. Cost £16 per child (including transport).

Wednesday and Thursday, April 8 & 9 Startrack athletics at Wellesley Road, Yarmouth 10am-11.30am each day. Cost £22 per child (2 days).

Tuesday, April 14, badminton at York Road Drill Hall, Yarmouth 2-4pm. Cost £4 per child.

Friday, April 17, gymnastics and trampoline day at Oriel High School, Gorleston, 10am-12.30pm 5 to 7 years, 10am-3pm 8 and above. Cost 5-7 years £6 per child, 8 and above £12.

All activities must be be booked in advance through John Pamplin on (01493) 846446 or mobile 07760166395 or email jp@great-yarmouth.gov.uk

Asda are offering freee sports sessions for kids in Yarmouth during the Easter holidays. All parents need to do is pick up a Sporting Chance voucher from the checkouts or download one from www.asda-sportingchance.co.uk


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