Sports for all

PUBLISHED: 15:41 08 June 2007 | UPDATED: 22:51 28 May 2010

Children who enjoyed the badminton – Pic: Brian Purdy

Children who enjoyed the badminton – Pic: Brian Purdy

Neale-Wade Sports Centre hosted a range of half-term sports activities for children from eight-years-old. The fun ran from Tuesday until Friday and children played rounders, kwik cricket, basketball, badminton, football, tennis, athletics and dodgeball. T

Neale-Wade Sports Centre hosted a range of half-term sports activities for children from eight-years-old.

The fun ran from Tuesday until Friday and children played rounders, kwik cricket, basketball, badminton, football, tennis, athletics and dodgeball.

The badminton sessions were led by Colin Bedford, badminton England Coach, and the basketball was led by Chris Parker, the basketball community coach.

Martin Dawson, Neale Wade Sports Centre manager, said: "I am very pleased with the attendances we had. Each session was very popular. We faced some challenges with the weather but we were able to adapt and bring the sports indoors".

Peterborough United Football Club joined the party and ran some sessions on the centre's football pitches.

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