Super activities for all ages on offer

PUBLISHED: 12:30 10 August 2012

Cheer Prom summer School.

Cheer Prom summer School.

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BORED children stuck at home, nagging you senseless? Fear not - we’ve compiled a guide to the best events for youngsters to head down to over the rest of the summer holidays.

From sumo fun to football, fencing to archery, all organised by youth groups, charities and North Somerset Council. This is this week’s guide to what’s going on for young people in Weston:

Events running throughout the holidays:

★ Every weekday:

- OlymPicnics, 12-2pm. Free picnic and sports run by StreetSpace. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays – Coniston Green on Bournville estate. Tuesdays – Jubilee Park on Coronation estate, Thursdays – Oldmixon Primary School playing fields.

- Football Fun Days at The Campus, off Highlands Lane, Locking Castle – 9am-3pm for ages six to 11, £10 per child.

★ Every Thursday 6.30-8.30pm – Our Say Our Way Engage youth event at Coniston Green in Lonsdale Avenue on Bournville estate.

★ Every Thursday 11am-1pm: Stay and Play for under fives at Oldmixon Family Centre in Monkton Avenue run by South West Children’s Centre. Entry £1.

★ Every Friday 11am-1pm: Stay and Play for under fives at the For All Healthy Living Centre in Lonsdale Avenue run by South West Children’s Centre.

★ Every Monday until August 27 6.30-8.30pm - Our Say Our Way Engage (OWOSE) sumo suit fun with hot dogs, football and face paints at Coronation Park on the Coronation estate.

★ Every Tuesday: 1-3pm: Football, sports and face painting at Oldmixon Park by Aller Parade organised by Our Way Our Say Engage.

★ Monday August 13 – Wednesday: 10am-4pm, Thursday 10am-5pm, Friday 1am-6.30pm: Worle Community School in Redwing Drive – Actiontrack Performance Company’s week of drama for children aged 10-18.

★ Monday August 13:

-Cycling and archery at Weston Youth Centre in Coleridge Road organised by Be Empowered To Achieve More (BETAM) for 14-19-year-olds.

★ Monday August 13:

- Corpus Christi School in Ellenborough Park South organised by Extended Services:

- 10am-noon: Science workshop for over-eights.

- 10am-1pm: Photography workshop for 11-15-year-olds.

- 2-4pm: Dream Catchers workshop for 11-15-year-olds and fencing workshop for over-eights.

-Zumba at The Campus, off Highlands Lane in Locking Castle – 10.30am-11.30am for ages eight to 12, 11.30am-12.30pm for those aged over 13. £5 per child, please take a drink.

★ Tuesday, August 14:

- 2.30-4.30pm: Funky Monkeys Youth Group at Weston Youth Centre in Coleridge Road organised by BETAM for eight to 11-year-olds.

- 10am-12.30pm and 1-3.30pm: CSI workshop at Uphill Primary School in Old Church Road for over-eights.

- 9am-4pm: Bikeability workshop at Uphill Primary School in Old Church Road for 10-14-year-olds.

- The Campus, off Highlands Lane, Locking Castle: Cheerleading for 10-12-year-olds from 10am-12.30pm.

- Drama skills from 9.30am-3pm.

★ Every Wednesday from 1-3pm: Football, mixed sports, nail art and face painting at Coniston Green in Lonsdale Avenue on the Bournville estate organised by OWOSE.

★ Wednesday August 15:

- 5-6pm: Girls’ football for 14-19-year-olds at Weston Youth Centre in Coleridge Road organised by BETAM.

- Events for over-eights at Oldmixon Primary School in Monkton Avenue:

-10am-1pm: Drama for over-eights.

-2-4pm: First aid workshop for over-eights.

-2-4pm: Glee club over-eights.

Want to get your event listed? Email newsdesk@westonmercury.co.uk

Note: events listed are subject to change and may have unlisted costs. For more information or to pre-book events, contact the following numbers:

StreetSpace – 01934 415323

XTND – 01934 427134

BETAM – 07866507293

Our Way Our Say Engage: ourwayoursayengage@googlemail.com

Barnado’s – 01934 415374

Extended Services - 07920061445

South West Children’s Centre – 01934 426881

Locking Campus – 01934 427427

North Somerset Council – 01934 427251


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