Sports and Exercise
Badminton is a sport that can either be played competitively or on a more social basis. It is a fast moving sport and is an excellent way of keeping fit. With badminton clubs throughout the country you should be able to find a local club offering a high standard of coaching for your child.
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Children's Gym Clubs
Children's gym clubs can be found in just about every town and city in the U.K. Clubs exist right through from toddler age to teenage. They are great for getting children started with mobility and balance before advancing to prepare older children for competition gymnastics.
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If you would like to get your child interested in playing cricket the easiest way is likely to be through a local cricket club. This article explains what you can expect to happen, the equipment required and how to find a club near you.
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Dry Ski Slope - Dorset
Snowtrax near Christchurch, Dorset is a dry ski centre. As well as offering ski and snowboarding lessons for older children, younger children find ringos and ski bobs great fun. It's a great place for parents to spend a couple of hours relaxing while watching the children wear themselves out!
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Playing Football - This article gives you ideas of how to get your children started and ensure they enjoy the game.
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Golf can be played by all the family and children as young as 3 can start to learn the game. This article gives tips on equipment required and how to get your children started.
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Hockey is a sport played by over 1000 hockey clubs around the U.K. The majority of clubs offer coaching for children and also play a number of friendly and competitive games each year.
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Key Considerations for Parents Who Want to Separate
Separation and divorce are among the hardest things you can face as a parent. There is no easy way to cope, but this article gives suggestions to help you.
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Rowing is more than just a great way for your child to get fit. By joining a rowing club your child will receive training and have the chance to row competitively. There is also a lively social side to rowing opening doors to making loads of new friends.
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Cycling is an essential part of a child's independence. This article explains how to keep you and your children safe on our busy roads.
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Learning to swim is an important step in child development. Here are my top ten tips for helping a child to learn to swim.
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Tennis is a great all round fitness sport. You can start as young as 3 and still be playing long into your retirement. This article gives advice on how to get your children started in the game.
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Volleyball is an enjoyable sport that can go along way to helping children to keep fit. It can be played indoors or outdoors. This article gives you details of how to get started and how to find a club near you.
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