The school summer holidays are on the horizon and before long they’ll be upon us, many children will be going on holiday for a week or two at sometime during the long school break. Many parents will be familiar with the term ‘I’m bored’ but just looking around North Lincolnshire alone there is a wealth of activities on offer to help take away the boredom.
Amongst the first activities taking place are two six-a-side football tournaments organized by the Brighter Ideas Group who are based at The House on Brumby Wood Lane in Scunthorpe. They are holding two FREE 6-a-side football tournaments which is being sponsored by North Lincolnshire Homes, on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th July 2011.
Players must be aged between 11 and 16 years old.
The first tournament is being held in Scunthorpe on Saturday 23rd July at Appleby Frodingham Playing Fields (near the Pods).
The second tournament is to be held in Barton on Sunday 24th July at the Baysgarth Leisure Centre Playing Fields.
The itinerary is the same for both tournaments:
• 2.00pm Arrival and registration
• 2.30pm Warm-up sessions
• 2.45pm First knock-out rounds
• 4.00pm Semi-finals
• 4.45pm 3rd and 4th place play-offs
• 5.00pm Final
• 5.30pm Awards ceremony
Refreshments will be available to purchase throughout the afternoon at both tournaments.
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