THE Bradford Bulls Foundation have begun their summer camps this week, with one of the team's most popular players even helping out with a spot of coaching.

Young full-back Brandon Pickersgill is helping out in delivering multi-sport activities, which include football, rugby, cricket, dodgeball, Ultimate Frisbee, dance and more.

One of the club's Bullettes, Ciara, provided a dance session on Monday.

There are only a limited number of places available for these six-week holidays camps, but they are available for anyone aged between five and 15 and will be held at Odsal Stadium throughout.

Each day starts at 9am and finishes at 3pm. The cost is £15 per day.

All government Covid-19 measures, including social distancing, will be adhered to with a regular deep clean of facilities and equipment and hand sanitisers available at all times.

When indoors, staff will wear masks at all times.

Spaces are limited due to those social distancing measures, so your place is only secured once you have received an e-mail from a member of staff confirming your booking.

Payment will be taken in person on the day.

Due to the strict adherence to Covid-19 guidelines and the requirement to deep clean daily, the Foundation will be unable to offer a breakfast club and a late pick-up this year.

Unless your child is registered for free school meals, the Foundation have asked that you ensure they bring a packed lunch. All children should bring clothing suitable for the weather conditions.

If you have any questions before booking, please e-mail

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