Published Friday, 15 April 2016
Young people could benefit from up to nine free training sessions run by qualified coaches as well as the opportunity to represent the borough in the 20th annual P&G Surrey Youth Games.
The P&G Surrey Youth Games is spread over two days and features 14 different sporting events – from tennis, football and hockey to swimming and netball.
All 11 boroughs and districts in Surrey will compete for victory.
The training sessions on offer in Waverley are an opportunity for young people, aged seven to 16 years, to learn a new sport, enhance their skills in one they already know and represent Waverley at the P&G Youth Surrey Games.
The weekly training sessions, which started this week, go on for the next nine weeks. The games take place on 18 and 19 June 2016.
The sessions are run by qualified coaches who are keen to encourage more young people to get involved in the games.
For young people to get involved they must either live or go to school in Waverley; if they already play a sport they must be below County Standard. For more information, a full list of the training on offer and to register visit our website.