Climb high this year at Roefield

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ROEFIELD Leisure has new beginner junior and adult climbing courses available this New Year for those who fancy trying something a little different.

The popular courses will focus on basic skills and techniques on the superb eight-metre high indoor climbing wall, including use of equipment, belaying, tieing in, safe rope climbing, general safety and lots more instruction with one of their qualified instructors.

The junior courses are five weeks in length and begin on today from 2-3 p.m. and Tuesday from 5-6 p.m. (these are separate courses).

The adult courses are two-hour intensive courses on Saturday, January 21st (3-5 p.m.) and Saturday, January 28th (3-5 p.m.). Both are one-off separate courses.

Once the climbing courses are completed, it is recommended to try the centre’s climbing clubs to progress with your climbing skills through the week and at weekends.

Places are limited, so if you are interested please book now to confirm your place.

For more information on the courses, clubs and prices please contact Roefield Leisure on 01200 442188 or call in and speak to a staff member.

• CLITHEROE Golf Club is calling on young golfers in the area to take a swing for the British Heart Foundation by entering this year’s Junior Golf Competition.

The 2012 Junior Golf Championship, which will raise vital funds for the pioneering work of the nation’s heart charity, gets underway in this area with a preliminary round at Clitheroe on Tuesday, June 5th.

For the first time, teams are being urged to enter before Tuesday, January 31st to take advantage of a special ‘early bird’ discount.

For more information on the Junior Golf Championship, contact Peter Dunn on 07954 694-65, email peter.dunn@shaw-trust.org.uk or visit www.bhf.org.uk/juniorgolf

• THE Football League has launched a nationwide search to find the npower Fan of the Year for the 2012 Football League Awards.

Supporters are encouraged to nominate fellow fans that have gone above and beyond the call of duty to support their club by submitting suggestions to awards@football-league.co.uk.

Entries must include the nominee’s name, supported club, your relationship to them and a summary of why they should win the award along with suitable images.

A panel of judges will then select the fan that has demonstrated the most extraordinary dedication to their club.