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Kids get their skates on to enjoy day of extreme fun

NK outreach day with skate park, POD bus with big games console, climbing wall and activities, at The Venue, Navenby.
L-R William Durance 13, Jordan Wolliams 14, Tom Ward 15 and James Ward 12 using the mobile skate park.

NK outreach day with skate park, POD bus with big games console, climbing wall and activities, at The Venue, Navenby. L-R William Durance 13, Jordan Wolliams 14, Tom Ward 15 and James Ward 12 using the mobile skate park.

Free fun for kids was enjoyed in Navenby when the North Kesteven Youth Outreach team visited with its mobile play equipment.

But if you missed out, don’t worry as they will be back in Leasingham on Saturday September 21 for an extreme day for young people.

Among the activities enjoyed by those attending the session in Navenby were a climbing frame and mobile skate park.

“It went really, really well – everyone had an excellent time,” said Victoria Chapman, NK Youth Outreach development manager.

She said 106 youngsters joined up on the day – bringing the total figure for the programme to more than 2,000.

The team will be at Leasingham Playing Fields on September 21 from 12-3pm for an event aimed at anyone aged nine to 19. For more information about the Outreach programme or events call 01522 870252, email extremenk@litc.org.uk, or visit www.nk
outreach.co.uk

 

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