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Win a Place at Specialist Academies of Sporting Stars from The Co-operative

The Co-operative together with Activate Sport, the leading provider of sports camps for children, is inspiring young people across the country to get outdoors and active during the summer holidays, by giving away free places to some of its specialist Academies.

We have two places to give away at each academy including the Lee Westwood Golf Academy, and the Shane Williams Rugby Academy in partnership with The Co-operative or the Andrew Flintoff Cricket Academy supported by The Co-operative Food.

Your son or daughter can get the chance to learn from some of the country's talented coaches in a fun and safe environment, and with a summer of sport just around the corner it is the perfect time to get active!

The Co-operative and Activate Sport are inspiring young people in communities across the UK to be healthy and active.

For more information visit www.co-operative.coop/activatesport

CLOSING DATE: Thursday 21st June 2012 23:23

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