As Access All Areas, a hugely popular programme of free and extraordinary events for 11- 17 year olds in Fareham and Whiteley nears its final week excitement is building for the special closing event 'Whestival'. The mini festival jointly organised by Fareham and Winchester Community Safety Partnerships will feature live bands, entertaining displays and a selection of the unique activities that have made Access all Areas 2013 such a success.
The action packed agenda for next weeks Access all Areas includes:
Monday: Stubbington Recreation Ground, Bells Lane, Stubbington
Circus skills, inflatables, henna tattoos, DJ skills, football, archery, cake decorating, human eliminator and BMX, skate jamming and scuba diving
Tuesday: Locks Heath Football Club, Warsash Road, Titchfield Common
Human table football, DJ skills, arts and crafts, henna tattoos, laser clay pigeon shooting, football, cricket, cake decorating
Wednesday: Meadowside Leisure Centre, Whiteley
Whestival Finale: Live music, laser quest, inflatables, henna tattoos, hair braiding, t-shirt design, BMX and skate jamming
All the weeks activities are free as well as a free BBQ lunch each day. Further information is available at saferfareham
Chairman of the Fareham Community Safety Partnership, Councillor Arthur Mandry said: "Access all Areas has been a resounding success, I would like to credit all those involved with the Community Safety Partnership for organising such a variety of remarkable activities that have livened up the summer for so many young people in Fareham and Whiteley."