Anyone for quidditch and dodgeball? Farsley Celtic football club will be the venue for a special activity day run by organisation that champions activity for physical and mental health.
Active Future delivers non-traditional sports and activity sessions to children and adults of all ages, needs and abilities – and are moving into West Leeds.
Active Future will be kicking off with futsal, dodgeball and quidditch alongside Fortnite camps.
The official opening day is on Sunday, 24 April from 12pm until 3pm at Farsley Celtic FC when both children and adults will have the chance to take part in taster sessions.
People can register here or turn up on the day and tuck into the many activities on offer.
The first two sessions for their weekly run activities are always free, as are the taster sessions. Their new Teeny Tekkers sessions cost £3 from 10.30am–11.15am on Sundays at Farnley Community Centre, Cross Lane.
The activities will all have restricted numbers to ensure maximum time can be spent ensuring those attending have the guidance and support they need in their chosen activity.