Free Sport for Local Community at Gunnersbury Park Sports Hub

Provided by Brentford FC Community Sports Trust

The sessions are talking place every Tuesday

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The Brentford FC Community Sports Trust is running a series of free Gymnastics and Multi-Sport sessions to help connect the local community through until Christmas.

The Trust has extended its support for refugees and people new to West London through the provision of free Tumble Bees and Multi-Sport sessions.

The free sessions take place every Tuesday from 11am – 12.30pm at Gunnersbury Park Sports Hub, are for children aged from 16 months to 10 years-old. No sign up is required and new participants are welcome on the day.

The aim is to provide every participant with fun and engaging gymnastic and multi-sport activity. Along with developing basic gymnastic and sporting skills, children will also improve their social interaction, in a fun and safe environment.

Following some of the Brentford Welcomes events earlier in the year, the Trust is still keen to unite people new to the local area, connect with them and provide support where needed.

Whilst the sessions will engage with children and develop their skills, they also present an opportunity for parents and guardians to meet new people and learn more about the local community.

To get your child involved with one of our free sessions, simply head to Gunnersbury Park Sports Hub, Popes Lane, W3 8LQ at 11am every Tuesday morning.


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November 25, 2022

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November 25, 2022