'Access all Areas' got off to an impressive start this week with hundreds of young people enjoying a range of free activities from sailing to hair braiding.
The fun continues next week with a choice of rewarding activities on offer:
Human football, inflatables, archery, DJ skills, henna tattoos, American football, remote control models, seated volleyball, cake decorating.
Tuesday: Fareham Park Recreation Ground, Henry Cort, Fareham
Cake decorating, henna tattoos, inflatables, pamper sessions, DJ Skills, cake decorating, laser clay pigeon shooting and pole jousting.
Wednesday: Titchfield Recreation Ground, Mill Lane, Titchfield
Climbing wall, henna tattoos, inflatables, DJ skills, boxing, pamper sessions, cake decorating.
All activities are free and there was even a free BBQ each day for lunch.
Chairman of the Fareham Community Safety Partnership, Councillor Arthur Mandry said "So far it is proving to be very popular with around 200 children turning up each day, making it a vibrant environment for young people to socialise and try rewarding activities they would not normally get the chance to experience."
Access all Areas takes place every week between 11am – 3pm, Monday to Wednesday until 14th August when the scheme will close with a special event, Whestival in collaboration with Winchester Community Safety Partnership featuring live music and exhibitions.
If you haven't already registered you can turn up on the day to register and we will create your own free Access All Areas pass. You can find out more at saferfareham or call Fareham Borough Council on 01329 236100 and ask to speak with Community Safety.
For further information on the Play Ranger initiative please contact:
Jacey Jarman, PR and Marketing Support Officer, tel: 01329 824518
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
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