Blackpool Council is running a series of free activity sessions for young people at local parks this summer.
The sessions which are taking place all over Blackpool, will span a range of sporting activities, and be run by qualified sports coaches. The two-hour sessions will take place three times a day over five weeks between 28 July and 31 August and cater for age groups 5-7 years, 8-11 years and 12 and above.
The schedule is as follows:
Every Monday (28/7 – 31/8)
10am – 12 noon East Pines Park (5-7 years) and Boundary Park (8-11)
1pm – 3pm Fleetwood Road Recreation Ground (8-11)
3.30pm – 5.30pm Whiteholme Recreation Ground (12+)
10am – 12 noon Moor Park (5-7 years) and Claremont Park (8-11)
1pm – 3pm Cavendish Road Recreation Ground (8-11)
3.30pm – 5.30pm Devonshire Road Rock Gardens (12+)
10am – 12 noon Kingscote Park (5-7), Mereside Park (8-11)
1pm – 3pm Layton Recreation Ground (8-11)
3.30pm – 5.30pm Sports Barn, Victory Road (12+)
10am – 12 noon Revoe Park (5-7) Crosslands Park (8-11)
1pm – 3pm Bancroft Park (8-11)
3.30pm – 5.30pm Watson Road Park (12+)
10am – 12 noon Highfield Park (5-7)
1pm – 3pm Kingsmeade Recreation Ground (8-11)
3.30pm – 5.30pm Louis Horrocks Park (12+)
Cllr Graham Cain, Blackpool Council’s cabinet member for leisure and tourism, said: “We know there will be lots of children and young people who will be looking for something to do during the summer holidays.
“These sessions are running throughout Blackpool and will give mums and dads a breather and young people the chance to enjoy some sport.
“We’re going to be letting young people experience a whole range of activities and the best thing is, they are free and you don’t need any equipment.
“Just bring your trainers along and suitable clothing and have some fun.”
The sessions will continue in all weathers and will be tailored according to the groups taking part.