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Children in Kidderminster will have the chance to ‘bend it like Beckham’ when The Co-operative Childcare Nursery on Coventry Street hosts a family football session with the Kidderminster Harriers.
Parents and children in the local community will be able to practise their ball skills on Saturday 16 March with a free-to-attend lesson with the Harriers’ community coach Nick Griffiths and colleagues from The Co-operative Childcare.
The fun lesson, which starts at 1pm and lasts an hour, is designed to develop the coordination and agility skills of children aged three to seven through a range of inspiring games, including hand eye coordination play activities.
Babita Saroy, Senior Nursery Manager at The Co-operative Childcare, said: “We are very excited about our football event which promises to be fun and action packed. It’s a great opportunity for children to learn how to stay fit and active through an exciting, interactive session whilst having fun spending time with their family.
“We are a community nursery and are keen to support parents and children in the community in any way we can. Holding a free football session is just one of the ways we are bringing our co-operative values to life.”
The nursery will also be open for viewing from 11am until 3pm and parents are welcome to take an informal tour of the nursery which provides quality childcare in a safe and stimulating environment.
Parents will also be able to take advantage of exclusive Kidderminster Harriers offers on the day. For more information on the open day and free football session please call 0800 954 0669.
The Co-operative Childcare is a leading national ethical childcare provider which operates 49 nurseries and two after school clubs around the country, delivering early years care and learning in a safe and stimulating environment. The nurseries have strong connections to the local communities and all are encouraged to get involved with local groups.