Sporty pair coming home
TWO enterprising sports enthusiasts have set up a children's summer holiday sports club.
Harry Fisher, from Binfield, and James Richardson, from Ascot, have founded New Generation Camps, which will offer football and activities camps for children aged seven-11.
Mr Richardson, who is studying business management with finance at Brighton University and played ice hockey for England for 12 years, said: "Our whole ethos is making kids not only stay fit but helping them meet new friends and have fun.When Harry and myself were younger, we loved these kids' sports camps but we thought there could be a way of doing it that would be a bit more fun."
Mr Fisher, who has experience of football coaching, is studying philosophy, politics and economics at Oxford University.
The pair, both 19, met at Lambrook School in Winkfield Row.
The camps will have football in the morning, and other sports such as cricket and games like stuck-in-the-mud in the afternoon. Mr Richardson said staff have sports training, CRB background checks, and the clubs have insurance and a first aider on site.
They will run from Monday-Friday, July 23-27 and August 27-31 at Garth Hill College in Bull Lane, Garth.
The camps will cost £25 per child a day or £100 for five days. They will run from 10am-4pm but for an additional £5 per hour, children can start at 9am and/or finish at 5pm.
This article appeared in Slough Observer 14 Jun 12