No reason to get bored in West Norfolk
West Norfolk council is targeting youngsters with a packed summer schedule of sporting events and activities.The council has produced a 'summer school of sport' brochure with full details of activities in the borough's leisure centres and surrounding villages.
West Norfolk council is targeting youngsters with a packed summer schedule of sporting events and activities.
The council has produced a 'summer school of sport' brochure with full details of activities in the borough's leisure centres and surrounding villages.
Among the attractions on offer is the brand new ice rink now open at the Oasis in Hunstanton and the re-opening of King's Lynn's St James' swimming pool on Monday (July 30) following a recent fire.
Sports clubs are working closely with the council to run many of the events. King's Lynn FC community football scheme is hosting a one day camp at The Walks on Wednesday, August 22, along with similar schemes in selected villages. King's Lynn badminton club, Superblades table tennis club and the Hub Kite surf club are also taking part.
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"We are keen to get young people active in West Norfolk," said Elizabeth Nockolds, cabinet member for sports, arts and open space.
"We want to ensure that even in the more rural areas there are lots of things going on.
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"The sports development unit at the council has been working really hard with local communities and sports groups to pull this programme together.
"I really hope that young people across the borough will take the opportunity to get active and enjoy themselves this summer."
For further information contact Tony Devenish on 01553 818018.