The New Year will bring with it two new sports clubs in Kingston:
Running every fortnight from Saturday 6 January, Club 516 is a sports club aimed at children with special needs aged between five and 16 years.
On offer is one-and-a-half hours of fun playing basketball, sports hall athletics, mini tennis, mini squash, ‘kwik cricket’, boccia and much more. Club 516 costs just £5 per session, and there is no need to book, although places are limited and will be given on a first come first served basis.
Girls’ Tag Rugby
Also new for 2007 is Tag Rugby for girls aged 10-14 years.
Kicking off on Friday 12 January, the Tag Rugby Centre will run weekly until 24 March (except half-term week) at Kingsmeadow Athletics Stadium, Kingston Road, Kingston upon Thames. Sessions cost £10 and will run between 4.15pm-5.15pm.
Members of the club have a chance of being selected to represent Kingston at the London Youth Games 2007 and also have the opportunity to join Teddington Rugby Club.
For further details on Club 516 or the Girls’ Tag Rugby Centre, please contact Kingston Council’s Sports & Recreation Services team on 020 8547 5207