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 Launch of the Curfew Skate Crew, Junior Roller Derby in Ascot. September 7th at Charters
Roller Derby is a fast and fun, full-contact game played on roller skates. The Windsor Rollergirls have been training together 3 times a week since
2007.  One of the first teams to launch in Europe, Windsor are now ranked 14th out of 300+ teams.

After seeing the success of junior Roller Derby in the States, Windsor coaches, including Team England coach Ross Stone, decided it was time to
bring the sport to children in Berkshire.  The Curfew Skate Crew named after the the famous Curfew Tower at Windsor Castle will launch on September 7th, 11am at Charters Leisure Centre. The one hour weekly sessions will see girls aged 11 to 17 learn to skate (if they can't already) and how to play roller derby.

Windsor coach and player Marie Melvin said "we're really excited about the launch, this is a great opportunity for kids to get active, learn an exciting sport and make new friends.  The popularity of roller derby is growing all the time with opportunites to compete all over the world and
with talk of the sport eventually becoming an olympic event this really is an exciting time to get started.  We'll be catering for all abilites from absolute beginners to those who've been skating for years"

Anyone interested in coming along on the 7th should contact the coaches at
All participants will need their own equipment: quad roller skates, knee pads, elbow pads, wrist guards, mouth guard and a helmet.  Local skate
store: Skate Station will be at Charters from 10am on Sept 7th with a range of skates and protective equipment for all budgets.  A parent or guardian
will need to attend the start of the first session to sign neccessary paperwork.

A couple of videos of Windsors A and B teams can be seen here:
facebook: Curfew Skate Crew Junior Roller Derby
twitter: @CurfewSkateCrew @WindsorRG