Youngsters get money off half-term activties

YOUNGSTERS in North Somerset will be able to enjoy money off an array of activities over the half term break.

YOUNGSTERS in North Somerset will be able to enjoy money off an array of activities over the half term break.

People aged 11-19 can apply for a key that gives discounts on sporting, leisure and social events during the school break and the rest of 2008.

To apply contact North Somerset Council's sports development team on 01275 812057.

The offers include:


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* Karate: Free taster sessions on February 21 at Strode Leisure Centre, Clevedon. Contact 01275 877811.

* Breakdance: Free sessions on February 21 at Scotch Horn Leisure Centre, Nailsea. Contact 0800 0226705.

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* Dance: Free taster workshop on February 22 at Scotch Horn Leisure Centre, Nailsea. Contact 01275 812057.

* Aikido: Free taster session on February 18 at Hutton Moor Leisure Centre and on February 19 at Strode Leisure Centre, Clevedon. Contact 07786 513973.

* Bristol Ice Rink: 60 percent off skating sessions and get on the ice for free when you book a 30 minute lesson for two. Offer valid throughout 2008. Contact 0117 929 2148.

* Cinema: Watch a film at the Curzon in Clevedon and a friend will get in free. Contact 01275 871000.

* Paintball: Skirmish Paintball in Portishead are offering 300 paintballs for free when you book a £25 paintball game every Wednesday and Sunday between February 16-24.

* Cycling: Get a free cycle safety check and 15 percent off all parts and accessories between February 16-24. Free checks will run throughout 2008.

* Barcode Youth Cafe: Visit the disco night on February 22 for £2. Contact 01934 424365.

* Explore @ Bristol: Take a friend for free.

* Wyvern Sports Centre: Athletics on February 23 for £2.50, rock climbing on February 20 for £3 and trampolining on February 20 for £2.50.

* All North Somerset Council leisure centres: 10 percent off all core admission prices, swim for £1 and half price racket sports.

* Free membership at North Somerset Council youth centres. For more information contact your nearest centre.

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