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AD – Gifted Tickets // Review – Rush UK, High Wycombe
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AD – Gifted Tickets // Review – Rush UK, High Wycombe

Thank you to Rush UK, High Wycombe for inviting us down to come and have a go on the trampolines and also the soft play, we had a lovely morning playing. What we got up to during our visit First of all we went to the toddler session (for children 4 and under) on the trampolines which was between 9am - 10.30am, the session was great as there was loads to do and it wasn’t too busy and all the children were supervised by an adult. Before the session started we signed a waiver (you can read and sign this on their website before attending), were given 'trampolining' socks and a safety briefing. We had full access to the park (although the High Performance Area, the Rush Wipeout and Adrenaline Rush Assault Course weren’t in ‘play’ due to the height restrictions). But we did plenty of bo
AD – Review // Little Kickers, Bracknell and Camberley
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AD – Review // Little Kickers, Bracknell and Camberley

Coach Dom kindly invited myself and my little one to have a go at a 6 week Little Kickers course in Bracknell. My child thoroughly enjoyed taking part in the weekly classes, which took place on a Friday afternoon and alongside learning football techniques including goal scoring, dribbling and stopping the ball it was great to see my child running around having fun whilst also developing other skills including listening to instructions and the whistle, taking turns, hand-eye co-ordination, tidying up and balancing objects to name a few. I found that the coaches who ran the sessions had a great approach with the children and I thought that the classes were relaxed and although you watch your child, they come to see you for regular water breaks and you are always welcome to help your chi...
Skiing without Snow
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Skiing without Snow

With the Winter Olympics having just started in PyeongChang, I thought it was rather apt when the opportunity to interview Stephanie Cook who won the GB National Rollerski Series in 2016 presented itself, so I took the opportunity to find out a little more about how you can ski without snow in this country and in particular Berkshire. Steph started Rollerskiing 14 years ago after trying cross country skiing on holiday with her mum in New Zealand. She attended a ski club in the Yorkshire Dales where she lived at the time. This is where Steph learnt the techniques and was given the encouragement to pursue Cross Country Skiing and Rollerskiing. Steph moved to Finland to take up full time training on Rollerskis in the summer and international Cross Country Skiing races in the winter. Step...

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