Youngsters turn out in their hundreds for Sheringham BeachLife summer activity scheme

Sheringham BeachLife activities on the Leas. Picture: GARETH GABRIEL

Sheringham BeachLife activities on the Leas. Picture: GARETH GABRIEL - Credit: Archant

More than 200 children and young people took part in activities ranging from tide fights and treasure hunts, to junk modelling and inflatable Sumo wrestling, as part of a week-long summer outreach scheme run by a group of Sheringham churches.

Sheringham BeachLife 'Sheropoly' challenge. Picture: GARETH GABRIEL

Sheringham BeachLife 'Sheropoly' challenge. Picture: GARETH GABRIEL - Credit: Archant

Now in its sixth year, BeachLife aims to provide a fun-packed programme for local youngsters and holiday makers.

After meeting on the Leas clifftop gardens each morning for music, games and drama, those taking part had a chance to see leaders getting dunked in a gunge tank.

Afternoon sessions included family tide fights, an egg parachute challenge and giant inflatables, as well as a 'Sheropoly' trail around the town.

BeachLife will be hosting a light Party on Tuesday, October 31. For more information, visit www.sheringhambeachlife.co.uk


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