Things to do during the summer holidays for children in Mundford, Watton, Attleborough, Narborough and Necton
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A programme of summer activities has got underway to give youngsters in Breckland a chance to take part in a range of sports and games during the school holidays.
Breckland Council’s holiday activities programme will give five to 11-year-olds opportunities to play sports such as dodgeball, kwik cricket, rounders and Danish longball.
The programme will also feature traditional playground games, including duck-duck-goose, British bulldog, parachutes and sleeping lions.
Paul Claussen, Breckland Council’s executive member for place, said: “Our holiday activities programme offers a range of activities to keep children active in a fun way.
“Youngsters can try out new sports and develop their skills while getting the chance to socialise with other children of similar ages.”
The sessions, which will be delivered by Aspire PE, will run Monday to Friday between July 24 and September 31.
They will be held in Mundford, Watton, Attleborough, Narborough and Necton.
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Each session, one each morning and one each afternoon, is two hours long and costs £3 per child.
Advance booking is not required.
More information is available at www.breckland.gov.uk/holidayactivities