Kicking talent into touch at POSH fun football days in Wisbech

16:59 08 April 2014

Peterborough United skipper Tommy Rowe. Picture: Ian Burt

Peterborough United skipper Tommy Rowe. Picture: Ian Burt

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Keen young footballers can brush up their skills at two more POSH fun days in Wisbech next week.

Boys and girls aged four to 12 are welcome at the two day-long Easter courses being held at the Thomas Clarkson Academy on Wednesday and Thursday, April 16-17 from 10-3.

They are organised by the Peterborough United Foundation with the support of Fenland District Council’s sports development team.

Participants may also get the chance to meet a player from Peterborough United’s first team.

The courses, which include various fun-based football activities, will be delivered by FA and UEFA qualified coaches. Parents are asked to ensure that their children bring packed lunches and appropriate clothing.

The cost is £10 per day for Junior Posh members (£20 for two days) and £15 for one day (£25 for two days) for non-members.

To book places in advance, call 01733 563947 or email Foundation@theposh.com, or just turn up on the day. For more information, visit www.theposh.com.

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