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Weekday sports activities for a 5-year-old

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Thursday 7 March 2013 2.01pm
Hello

I thought I would post a message here first before phoning round the local community centres - does anyone know of any weekday after-school sports activities for a 5-year-old? We have martial arts sorted and weekends are covered but would love to find other sporting activities during the week - particularly football.

Thanks in advance.
Thursday 7 March 2013 4.21pm
Try Mint Street park on Friday' about 3:30 Kids from 4 - 8 use to get training from Millwall players, Not sure if they still do it but worth a look.
Thursday 7 March 2013 6.20pm
Try the sports centre at London South Bank University: they have activities for 5-8 yr olds.

[url=http://www.lsbu.ac.uk/sports/facilities/junior.shtml]
Thursday 7 March 2013 10.03pm
sporty mints are running a after school sports programme every day of the week until easter in mint street park (adjacent to adventure playground). free -just turn up.
(tennis for a fee)
can't figure out how to post the pic of the timetable, sorry.

these are the advertised sessions for the 5-7yrs olds:

mon basketball 3:45-5pm
tues hockey 4-5pm
wed/thurs tennis 3:45-5pm/ 3:45-4:30pm
fri footbal 3:45-5pm

my son played football last friday and had a great time.

(there are also more sessions for 8+ age group)

also second the LSBU programme, great coaches and facilities. fab holiday sport camps.
Monday 11 March 2013 11.46pm
Thank you so much for your responses - you've really helped :)

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