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Sky Blues help get the Forbes Estate community active

As part of the Impact project on the Forbes Estate in Warwick, funded by Warwick District Council, Newburgh Primary School were attending the Orienteering course at Jubilee Wood on Monday. The children are pictured with Chairman of Warwick District Council Cllr. Richard Davies, Oli Jones from the Sky Blues and Cllr. Stephen Cross (Portfolio Holder for Culture). MHLC 03-02-14 Orienteering Jan47

As part of the Impact project on the Forbes Estate in Warwick, funded by Warwick District Council, Newburgh Primary School were attending the Orienteering course at Jubilee Wood on Monday. The children are pictured with Chairman of Warwick District Council Cllr. Richard Davies, Oli Jones from the Sky Blues and Cllr. Stephen Cross (Portfolio Holder for Culture). MHLC 03-02-14 Orienteering Jan47

Coventry City footballers have been out in Warwick’s Forbes estate once again, helping to boost the fitness of residents as part of their IMPACT project.

One of the activities is orienteering at the Jubilee Wood Orienteering Course, which has been developed by Warwick District Council’s cultural services, with support from Octavian Droobers Orienteering Club and Warwick Town Council. The course is available for school use from October to end of February each year. Course bookings are managed by Warwick Town Council who can be contacted on 01926 411694 or wtc.admin@btclick.com

 

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