Active Budleigh football coaching event at Greenway Lane

PUBLISHED: 15:48 08 October 2012

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There’s a coaching session for young footballers taking place at Greenway Lane, Budleigh, on Sunday (October 14).

It’s all part of the Active Budleigh event and the football coaching is open to boys and girls aged between five and 18.

It is a case of simply turning up with suitable foot wear and shin pads at the home of Budleigh Salterton FC.

For any other information contact Debbie Everest on 07766115814.

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