Guiseley Community Foundation are now taking bookings for their Summer Camps. Soccer Camps will be taking place in each week of the Summer holidays, Monday-Friday, from 10am until 3pm (excluding the August bank holiday). Discounts are available when booking for more than one day or for booking multiple weeks. They are also running a Girls Soccer Camp at Yeadon Westfield Junior School on July 28th, 29th and 30th. Each day will last from 10am until 3pm. Whilst these sessions are exclusively for girls aged 6-12, girls can also attend the other Soccer Camps at Nethermoor Park. For more information or to book either of these camps, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
SA Soccer will also be delivering courses at Yeadon Westfield Infant School as below:
COURSE #1 (FOOTBALL); MON 2ND TO FRI 6TH AUG (5 DAYS)
COURSE #2 (MULTI SPORTS); MON 9TH TO FRI 13TH AUG (5 DAYS)
COURSE #3 (FOOTBALL); MON 16TH TO FRI 20TH AUG (5 DAYS)
COURSE #4 (MULTI SPORTS); MON 23RD TO FRI 27TH AUG (5 DAYS)
COURSE #5 (FOOTBALL); TUE 31ST AUG TO FRI 3RD SEP (4 DAYS)
Each day is 9.00am to 3.00pm and it’s for ages 5-12 years.
Again discounts are available when booking multiple days. They will only take a maximum of 30 children per day. To book, click on the link on their Facebook page.
Givto is a platform where members can donate to a different charity each month with one simple direct debit. Each month, those who have signed up to donate can choose one of three charities to donate to that month. In July, members can choose to support Guiseley Community Foundation. Any donation through Givto will help support the Foundation to continue their work in local communities. Givto is a brand-new charity itself, so they have started with a pilot scheme in Yorkshire, with the hope of expanding to help charities elsewhere in the country.
Guiseley School staff member, George Deane, a Learning Support Assistant in the Student Support Centre is about to begin a fundraising campaign to support the SSC. George is a type 2 diabetic and must exercise regularly to maintain his glucose levels. He is hoping to use his daily sponsored walks to raise awareness around diabetes as well as raise funds for the SSC. To find out more details or to make a donation visit Guiseley School’s website and search for “George”.