AFC Fylde Community Foundation are celebrating a cracking Easter half-term after successfully reopening their popular Activity Camps and launching their new Soccer School.

Following an incredibly difficult year, particularly for local youngsters between the ages of five and 12, the Foundation were delighted to welcome everybody back to enjoy a fun-packed calendar of events during the Easter break.

The Foundation were able to reopen the doors of their Warton based BActive Activity Camp, Kirkham St Michaels Primary School camp and officially launch their first ever Soccer School at Fylde Sports and Education Centre.

Considerable work behind the scenes ensured the organisation provided a safe, Covid secure environment in which the girls and boys in attendance could enjoy their time with the Foundation and their break from the classroom.

The team at the Foundation work tirelessly throughout the year devising, developing, and delivering an unparalleled offer for the local community, including a diverse range of activities during the school holidays.

The children have enjoyed first team player visits from AFC Fylde, interesting workshops, games, sports and physical activity sessions.

Senior Sports Co-Ordinator at the Foundation, Daniel Crofts is delighted with the safe and successful return of the activity camps. He said: “To be able to reopen the doors to both of our activity camps, alongside launching our brand new Soccer School is a great feeling. We understand how difficult the past 12 months have been for local children and their families.

“To be able to welcome everybody back in a secure environment was a wonderful day for the organisation. We look forward to the rest of the year and future half-terms so we can continue providing an enjoyable but safe haven for local children.”

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