Young people in Chester can get active this half-term thanks to holiday multi-sports sessions provided by Sanctuary Housing, local police community support officers and Chester FC.
The sports sessions will take place at Sycamore Field in Lache, Limewood Field in Kingsway and Wealstone Lane in Upton on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday respectively, all from 1.30-3pm.
Sessions are open to young people aged seven to 14-years-old and participants will be able to try out a wide range of sports, including rounders, football, basketball, rugby and hula hooping.
Libbie Stock, Sanctuary’s youth engagement officer, said: “We are committed to helping our residents live healthy and happy lives and these sessions are a great chance for young people to get active, make new friends and learn new skills.”
The full list of sessions taking place is:
- Sycamore Field, Lache – 1.30-3pm, Tuesday 31 October
- Limewood Field, Kingsway – 1.30-3pm, Wednesday 1 November
- Wealstone Lane, Upton – 1.30-3pm, Friday 3 November
To find out more about the summer sports programme call Libbie Stock on 07557 285441 or email Libbie.firstname.lastname@example.org
These activities are funded by Sanctuary’s Community Investment Fund, supporting projects which benefit Sanctuary residents and their communities.