Fun Training Sessions for Children

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Tarvin AFC is a community club aiming to provide football to young people within the
local villages in a safe and controlled environment.

We are running fun training sessions for the children who have recently joined reception, starting on 29th September. This training shall be at Tarvin Playing Field, from 9am to
10am on Sunday mornings, and the cost of training is £1 per week.

The sessions are very much about getting children involved. Tarvin AFC tries to produce players who aretechnically confident and will be able to use this confidence for a lifetime of
enjoyment from the game. These sessions provide the first opportunity for most
children to play football, and are open to both boys and girls of any ability.

All training is weather dependent, and if you have any questions, please contact me on 07734 839764 or email mark.staker@tarvinafc.co.uk
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