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Over the past year, England Netball has been working in collaboration with Aylesbury Vale District Council via its Active Vale Project to set up various blocks of netball sessions to encourage inactive females to get involved in the sport.

We are looking to run a six week block of adult netball sessions in Haddenham after Easter and are in need of somebody to lead these sessions.

We require either a Netball Now Activator (no coaching involved — oversees informal match play sessions — training provided if required) OR a Back to Netball Level 2 Coach (involves coaching)

This is a paid role.

If you are interested, please let me know and I can provide further information.

Joanne Odro
Netball Development Officer for Buckinghamshire
Tel: 07872 407092
www.englandnetball.co.uk

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