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UKFC offering free day

PUBLISHED: 16:45 15 October 2015

A new football season is underway for locals

A new football season is underway for locals

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Football camp returns this October half term

UK Football Camps are back this October half term and are offering youngsters the chance of one free day (October 26).

Voted the number one football camp in Brentwood, the event takes place from October 26 to October 30.

The unique sessions offer a mix of FA-qualified coaching and interactive competitions, including FIFA tournaments, Mario Kart races and UKFC’s Got Talent.

Even if you’re child is the next footballing star or has never kicked a ball before, the camps are created for the enjoyment of everyone and are open to anyone from the ages of five to 12.

The sessions run every day from 9.30am to 5.30pm and anyone who attends three days or more received a free gift and trophy but spaces are limited.

To register your child’s FREE day on Monday 26th October (with no obligations), visit: www.ukfootballcamps.co.uk and enter promo code: ‘BRFREE’.

Call: 01277375155 or email: coach@ukfootballcamps.co.uk for more details.

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