Tuesday, 24 March 2009


Thanet district Council press release

Sports action is taking centre stage during the Easter school holidays, with a range of activities from Sport 4 NRG.

Run by Thanet District Council, Sport 4 NRG aims to provide sporting opportunities for young people in Thanet to keep them active, occupied, and off the streets.

The team will be attending each of the three Easter Blast sessions being held between 1pm and 5pm on Tuesday 7 April at Surestart Millmead, Thursday 9 April at Warre Rec, Ramsgate and on Tuesday 14 April at Upton School in Broadstairs.

Alongside those sessions, they're also putting on a range of activities during the holidays, with two Easter bowl sessions are being held at Bugsy's in Cliftonville on Monday 6 April between 12pm and 2pm and on Thursday 16 April between 4pm and 6pm. Each session only has a limited number of places available.

You can try your hand at badminton, with a session at Hartsdown Leisure Centre on Wednesday 8 April between 1pm and 3pm.

Football is a major focus, with 6-a-side at Dame Janet in Ramsgate on Monday 6 April between 5pm and 7pm and Football 3's at St. Peter's Rec in Broadstairs on Wednesday 15 April between 5.30pm and 7pm. Football coaching takes place on Thursday 16 April at the astro turf at Minster Rec between 12pm and 2.30pm and the holidays come to a close with the NRG football tournament

Basketball takes place at Dane Park on Wednesday 8 April between 5.30pm and 7.30pm and at the Millmead MUGA on Wednesday 15 April between 12pm and 1.30pm, with a basketball tournament rounding off the holidays on Friday 17 April at Ramsgate Sports Centre between 12pm and 1.30pm.

Head of Sport 4 NRG, James Gregory, said: "There's plenty planned over the Easter holidays, so there's no chance of getting bored. Whatever your interest is, we've got a sport to suit you, with sessions both inside and outdoors, so if you're planning on eating too many Easter eggs, come down and burn them off with Sport 4 NRG".

To find our more about Sport 4 NRG and their Easter activities call 01843 577032 or 07770 828 582.

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