Fareham Borough Council Play Rangers need your help. They have until 23 May to make the longest single line of bunting and need the help of local children and young people.
Once completed the bunting will be entered into a national competition. Fareham Borough Council is also running a local competition to find the best decorated design!
Local children and young people will be able to see their artwork and creations on display at the forthcoming 'Have a Field Day' community Jubilee Events, where the bunting will be used as decoration.
Throughout May the Fareham Play Rangers are encouraging children and young people to visit them at the free open access play sessions to help create the longest, single line of bunting. All materials to help make and decorate the bunting will be provided, including 'Jubilee inspired' templates. This fun activity is open to all ages and abilities.
Head of Leisure and Community Mark Bowler said, "The Play Rangers visit several parks and open spaces across the borough each week, taking play equipment and resources with them, encouraging everyone to participate, even the parents! Activities range from art and crafts to football, badminton, croquet, team games and tyre swings".
For further information about the competition or for a copy of the Fareham Play Rangers timetable please visit www.fareham.gov.uk/fareham2012 or telephone 01329 236100.
For Further Information Contact:
Janine Hensman, PR and Marketing Support Officer, tel: 01329 824302
fax: 01329 824505, e-mail: email@example.com
This and previous media releases can be viewed on the Council’s website: www.fareham.gov.uk/pressreleases