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Booking is open for free youth activities in Farsley and Farnley

Booking is now open for free youth activities for young people aged 8 to 17 years in Farsley, writes Keely Bannister. 

There are three weeks left of Super Summer of Sport facilitated by LED Community Foundation.

Taking place on the next three Tuesdays at St John’s Church Hall from 16:45 to 18:15, the remaining dates for Farsley are 27th August, 3rd September and 10th September.

The activities will be happening at Old Farnley Community Centre on the next three Thursdays from 4.15pm to 5.45pm on 29th August, 5th September and 12th September.

Questions can be asked and places booked for these sport sessions by contacting Andrea by emailing andrea@ledcommunityfoundation.co.uk or calling 07471 100951

Following on from these sessions for the next six weeks is Scrap Art run by CYP Arts.

The venues and times are the same with the activities happening on Tuesday 17th & 24th September and then the 1st, 8th, 15th and 22nd October in Farsley and Thursday 19th & 26th September and then the 3rd, 10th, 17th and 24th October in Farnley.

Contact Catherine by e-mailing info@cyp-arts.co.uk or calling 0113 808 7705 to book a place.

Finally for the following six weeks children can enjoy Samba Drumming run by Rock School.

Again the venues and times are the same with the fun happening on Tuesday 29th October followed by 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th November and 3rd December in Farsley and Thursday 31st October and then the 7th, 14th, 21st & 28th November and 5th December in Farnley.

ConBook via Isaac by e-mailing info@rockschool.uk.com or calling 07539 670 093.

Participation is free as all sessions have been funded by councillors on the Outer West Community Committee.


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