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London Volleyball : Mini gets bigger
Posted by Media Team on 2018/4/21 11:10:00 (102 reads)

Mini-volley in Wapping
Course restarts; classes planned
Back by popular demand after an Easter break are the Sunday mid-day (12.00 to 1.00 p.m.) mini-volley sessions at the John Orwell Centre. The numbers attending have risen to ten and things get under way again this week-end (22nd April) and with two breaks continue until mid-July

That's to say the dates for your diary are:
22nd April
29th April
13th May
20th May
3rd June
10th June
17th June
24th June
1st July
8th July
15th July

The price remains at £5 per participant per session and they continue to be held at the John Orwell Sports Centre in Wapping.

Emanuela Lins and Cormac Byrne remain to help ensure the kids are safeguarded and are delighted to welcome a talented new coach. He is Gary Preston and, a native of New York City, is bound to introduce novel and entertaining ways to amalgamate fun and learning.

Yet the news gets even more exciting. The children so enjoyed the last session that Emanuela and Cormac have been encouraged to approach their school to allow an after school club so they can train twice a week. English Martyrs School in Tower Hamlets are on board with this and have offered an hour slot on either Tuesday or Thursday. Now they are searching for a level II qualified coach who will be able to attend a 3:30 - 4:30 session at that time. If you are one or know one who is interested, please phone Emanuela (07484 878173)

Similarly, if you would like your son or daughter to join the group do let Emanuela know though she won't turn you away if you just turn up in Wapping.

John Orwell Sports Centre, Tench Street, E1W 2QD (nearest station, Wapping)

Information kindly provided by Emanuela Lins, Gary Preston and Elsa Meserlian

Contribution by Douglas Barr-Hamilton

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