In partnership with British Orienteering, Blaby District Council is offering young people and their parents the chance to enjoy the family friendly events of the Xplorer Navigational Challenge.
Having started in June and running until 30 October 2015, the educational and fun navigational challenge gives children a sense of adventure as they explore the park to find markers.
The challenge involves a healthy mix of physical activity and decision making that the whole family can enjoy together.
A number of community sessions will be taking place across the district at various sites; including:
- Mossdale Meadows,
- Fosse Meadows,
- Glen Parva Nature Reserve,
- Bouskell Park and
- Countesthorpe College.
The orienteering activity involves using a simple map to help find the markers places across the park.
Each marker has a fun fact that children will be able to share with their friends.
Maps are available for just £1. No experience of map reading is necessary and parents are encouraged to join in on the fun!
For more information, visit www.sportblaby.org.uk or contact the Health and Leisure Services team on 0116 272 7703 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Return 2 Rounders this summer in Braunstone Town
Do you want to keep yourself active this summer?
‘Return 2 Rounders’ is giving Blaby district residents the opportunity to take up their childhood sport again with rounders sessions in Braunstone Town.
The sessions, which take place between 6-7pm every Thursday on Mossdale Meadows, cost just £2 per person and are delivered by a Rounders Activator.
Everyone aged 12+ is welcome to enjoy the fun.
With no need to book, all participants need to do is bring a drink and wear suitable clothing and footwear.
Sessions can be enjoyed every week in summer until 24 September 2015.
For more information contact the leisure team via e-mail at email@example.com or call 0116 272 7703.
The local ‘Wheels Project’ shares the love ….of skateboarding, BMX riding and scooters
Organisations from across the Leicestershire are being offered the chance to hire out the Wheels Project Mobile Skate Park.
The Wheels Project is a great way to satisfy the needs for young people within the local community.
The mobile skate park includes a set of street-course ramps ideal for a large numbers of skaters for indoor or outdoor use.
Activities are supervised by fully qualified first aid staff, with the skate park suitable for all ages (under 8’s must be accompanied by an adult, and parental/guardian consent is required for riders under 16 years old.)
With three BMX bikes, five scooters and 10 skateboards included in the cost of hire, Wheels Project gives the chance for young people who don’t have their own equipment to participate.
Price packages start from just £231 for a half-day hire with availability on a first come, first served basis.
For more information, contact the Health and Leisure Team on 0116 272 7703 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.