09th October 2021

James Willstrop and Hadrian Stiff adult camp

Workout Harbourside

date

09th October 2021
10:00 AM

age range

18+

level

All Levels

location

Workout Harbourside
Welshback
Bristol
BS1 4SB

Elitesquash are delighted to welcome James Willstrop to Bristol and deliver a camp for adults alongside Hadrian Stiff.

The theme of this camp: Accuracy in short game / The squash / life balance

This camp includes:
  • 10 hours world class coaching
  • Lunch on both days
  • Dinner with James and Hadrian on Saturday night
  • Camp plan and personal videos playing James
  • A camp t shirt signed by James
Cost: £395
If you require anymore information, please do contact jules@elitesquash.com
Transport links
Closest train station – Bristol Templemeads https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/BRI/details.aspx(a 5 minute cab ride to the club)
Coach station – https://www.nationalexpress.com/en/help/coach-stations/bristol (7 minute cab ride to the club)
Cancelation policy – Email notification 21 days prior to the camp.

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