Bury St Edmunds: try a new sport

Are you looking to get involved in sport? Unsure of what opportunities there are in St. Edmundsbury? If this is the case, then do not fear! West Suffolk Sport and Abbeycroft Leisure have teamed up to invite anybody with an interest in sport to attend the 2009 Sport Fair.

Are you looking to get involved in sport? Unsure of what opportunities there are in St. Edmundsbury? If this is the case, then do not fear! West Suffolk Sport and Abbeycroft Leisure have teamed up to invite anybody with an interest in sport to attend the 2009 Sport Fair. The Sport Fair will showcase clubs and sport providers from around the borough, who will provide free come and try sessions. The aim of the fair is to increase sport participation at all ages and levels, by making people aware of what sports are out there! So if you fancy a great day out, surrounded by a fantastic sporting atmosphere with the chance to play sports of your choice for free, then the Sports Fair is the place to be! Matt Crawley, a community sport coach for Abbeycroft Leisure, describes the event as “a great occasion which provides endless opportunities for people to endeavor in new activities and forge new sporting relationships for the future”! The fair will give you the possibility to play traditional sports, try out alternative activities, observe competition and receive any information you require about getting involved in sport. Remember, it's all free of charge! There is a tremendous range of sports and activities available on the day such as Rugby, Tennis, Martial Arts, Pro-Jumping and Croquet. The event is being held at the Bury St. Edmunds Leisure Centre, 11am-3pm, on Sunday the 29th March. It doesn't matter whether you are young or old, able-bodied or disabled, fit or unfit- we want to see you there with your trainers! For any further information please contact the Sport Development Team on sports.development@acleisure.com or 01284 753496.


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