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Try a variety of sports – for free!

17th March 2016

United in the Community are offering people living in the Borough of Boston the chance to try their hand at a variety of sports in a bid to help people keep fit and active.

Their Active Pilgrims project, which is supported by The Football Conference Trust and Sport England, offers sports such as Netball, Badminton, Basketball, and Over 50’s Walking Football. The first two sessions are free, so it’s the perfect opportunity to play a sport you love, or try something new! After that, each session costs just £2 so it remains affordable for people who want to take part.

“We want to give every local person in Boston and surrounding areas the opportunity to keep fit and active with a range of affordable exercise and fitness classes. On top of this, we also offer tuition and advice as well as teaching the importance of keeping fit and active through our qualified coaches,” says Sports Development Officer Imogen Dawson.

The programme includes Exercise Classes for mum and baby, Over 50’s Keep Moving exercise classes – all free for the first 2 sessions.

United in the Community are also launching a Badminton Club for 11 to 18 year olds on April 26th at Kirton Middlecott Sports Centre, and Back2Netball sessions, which launch April 19th at Focus One.

If you’d like to take part or would like more information, please visit our sessions page, or call (01205) 364406.

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Boston United Community Foundation is one of the top community sports coaching programmes in Lincolnshire, delivering safe and affordable activities that bring all members of the community together regardless of their circumstances.

The Jakemans Stadium
York Street, Boston PE21 6JN

01205 364406

Boston United Community Foundation is a Registered Charity No. 1174561.

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