Meet The PACK Leaders

Our team of experienced and insured PACK Leaders cover as much of the North West as we can, meet them for the first time or get to know them better here.

Danny

Founder/Sports Leader

Why did you become a sports coach? I started coaching to work up my volunteer hours for my CV when I started my degree at Edge Hill University and caught the bug.

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James

Sports Leader

Why did you become a sports coach?I just wanted do something I love day in, day out – being involved in sport. At the time I didn’t realise just how much of an influence you can have on children and how rewarding it can be to pass on your knowledge, it’s for this reason I’ve remained a sports coach ever since.

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Danny W

Sports Leader

Why did you become a sports coach?I’ve always had a passion for fitness. I grew up in a family of 7 and competition was high, until I excelled with the forces.

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Alan

Sports Leader

Why did you become a sports coach?I've had a love of sport from an early age. As I grew so did my interest in sport and fitness. For mesport has always been about challenging myself. The results of training hard really pay off, not justphysically but also mentally. I love sharing my knowledge and skills with others, especially when ithelps them exceed their goals.

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Ryan

Sports Leader

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Jane

Head of Dance/Dance Leader

Why did you become a dance instructor? I have danced professionally up to the age of 30 and taught dance all of my adult life. I would like to continue to pass the wonderful experience of dance to children/adults.

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Colette

Dance Leader

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Amy

Dance Leader

Why did you become a dance coach? Because it's so rewarding to see the dancers growing in confidence and developing their creativity no matter their age.

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Sam

Dance Leader

Why did you become a dance instructor? I became a dance instructor because I love to dance and I want to inspire as many people as I can to dance.

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