East Cambs youngsters stay active during half-term break

08:47 03 March 2014

All 4 Sports at Feoffees Primary School, Little Downham,

All 4 Sports at Feoffees Primary School, Little Downham,

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Youngsters steered clear of the sofa during the half-term holidays thanks to a series of multi-sport camps.

All4Sport ran a packed week-long programme of events throughout the school break, with the latest round of camps being held at Downham Feoffees Primary School, in Little Downham.

Dozens of sporty kids were kept active with a range of sports from tag-rugby and football to basketball and street dance.

And, for the first time, there was also a giant soft play so for the kids to let off some steam alongside the traditional rounds of quizzes, games and crafts.

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