Have fun with racketball

14:16 09 November 2012

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Looking for a great way to get fit, meet new people and have fun for the autumn, then racketball is for you.

Sidmouth Leisure Centre staff are really excited to be part of the National Big Hit Scheme - a mixed adult (women and men) five week coaching course for only £5, and are fortunate to have Ashley Knight who is the current South West Racketball champion as the England Squash and Racketball Level Two coach!

The course starts on Thursday, November 15 @ 11.30am. Limited spaces so please book in advance, telephone 01395 577679; all equipment is provided. Last year’s course was a huge success and has led to lots of new people at the centre playing racketball regularly for fun and also a team entering the local leagues, so, whatever your aspirations are, book up now.

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