As we enter the back end of summer, it has proven to be another successful run of Rotherham United’s Community Sports Trust’s Summer Holiday Camps.
The camps have run successfully at a number of venues from July through to September during the summer holidays, finishing off at Treeton Cricket Club at the start of this month.
Future Stars Holiday Camps give children the chance to interact with each other, and enhance their footballing skills through training and matches put on by members of the Trust’s team.
Members of the camps who have excelled individually have often been rewarded with additional Millers related activities, with two lucky youngsters being given the chance to be a Millers mascot for the day as part of our Random Act of Kindness.
Others have been flag bearers for the day at Rotherham United home games, or have been given the chance to meet their Millers heroes.
“It has been another successful summer for the holiday camps, and I would like to thank everyone for attending,” said Jamie Noble, Rotherham United’s Head of Community.
“The camps have been running successfully for many years now, and this year we were delighted to incorporate them into our matchday routine with mascots and flag bearing part of our additional treats for some of our youngsters.
“Thanks also to all of our staff for putting on the successful events, and we look forward to more later in the year.”