Desperate to find ways of keeping the kids happy as the summer holidays kick in? Help is at hand!
Free multi-sports sessions for youngsters aged from two to 18 kick off on Monday 24 at 14 different venues across Worcester.
Children can try their hand at football, tennis, kwik cricket, soft play, general games and much more! The whole family is welcome, there’s no need to book and – best of all – it’s all completely free.
Three sessions a day will be run from Monday 24 July to Friday 25 August, at venues including Northwick Fields, St Peter’s Power Park, Lowerwick Green, Gheluvelt Park, KGV Community Centre, Ronkswood Community Centre, Warndon Community Centre, Cripplegate Park, Pitmaston Park, Dines Green Community Centre, Diglis Fields, Horizon Community Centre and Tolladine Community Centre.
The free summer multi-sports programme is run by Freedom Leisure on behalf of Worcester City Council.
Full details of the schedule are at www.freedom-leisure.co.uk/sportdevworcester.
Matthew Rogers, Freedom Leisure Active Communities Manager, says: “This is a great, fun and free way of helping to keep children fit and active during the school holidays, and it’s always really popular with Worcester families. Over 700 children enjoyed our Easter sessions, so we’re hoping to see even more this summer.”
All sessions are delivered by qualified and experienced coaches who not only ensure the kids have fun but also help to develop crucial skills, which can be useful to them in day-to-day life and for playing other sports.
For further details and access to a full time table and list of venues go to www.freedom-leisure.co.uk/sportdevworcester or contact the Active Communities Worcester team on 07885407474 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keep an eye on updates at www.facebook.com/ActiveCommWorcs/
No booking is required; children and families are invited to simply turn up, however sessions can get busy so arrive early to avoid disappointment. Parental consent is required for young people under 16.