Suffolk Positive Futures Free Sessions

 

All sessions are free and young people can simply turn up and and join in. Young people will be asked to provide emergency contact details on their first session and then take home a parental consent form to be returned.

All sessions are delivered by qualified governing body sports coaches, with the emphasis on fun and engagement rather than formal coaching.

Activity Date, Time Location Age range
Stradbroke Multi-Sports Mon, 7-8pm Stradbroke High School 10 to 19
Boxing Tue, 4.45pm-5.45pm Hadlegh Leisure Centre 10 to 19
Girls Sports Session Mon, 5pm-6pm Newmarket Leisure Centre 12 to 19
Mildenhall Football session Mon, 6.30pm-7.30pm Mildenhall Leisure Centre 12 to 19
Whitton Football Session Wed, 4pm-5pm Whitton Sports Centre, Ipswich 12 to 19
Football Wed, 5pm-6pm Denes High School, Lowestoft 12 to 19
Boxing Wed, 5.30pm-6.30pm Waterloo Centre, Leiston 14 plus
Boxing Wed, 6pm-7pm Murrayside Community Centre, Ipswich 10 to 19
Girls Sports Session Wed, 6pm-7pm Chantry Sports Centre, Ipswich 12 to 19
Lowestoft Football session Thur, 6.30pm-7.30pm Kirkley and Pakefield FC, Lowestoft 14 plus
Nacton Multi-Sport session Fri, 5.15pm-6.15pm Murrayside Community Centre, Ipswich 10 to 19
Girls Sports Session Fri, 7pm-8pm Whitton Sports Centre, Ipswich 12 to 19
Haverhill Football session Fri, 7pm-8.30pm Haverhill Leisure Centre 10 to 19

Suffolk Positive Futures is managed by national charity Catch22 and is supported by the Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner. The project also works with a range of local partners and initiatives including local authorities, The Suffolk Community Foundation, The Most Active County Initiative, Active Suffolk and schools across the county.

Email: suffolk.positivefutures@catch-22.org.uk
Facebook: Suffolk Positive Futures
Twitter: @suffolkpf
Instagram: Suffolkpositivefutures

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