Don’t miss out on free fun days out with the return of Play Rangers

(l-r) Ethan Allen Play Ranger, Mimi Millerchip (9), Maisy Millerchip (10), Lindsay Wheatley Y Services for Young People and Alice Yoemans (5). Picture: Allan Hutchings (150266-518)
(l-r) Ethan Allen Play Ranger, Mimi Millerchip (9), Maisy Millerchip (10), Lindsay Wheatley Y Services for Young People and Alice Yoemans (5). Picture: Allan Hutchings (150266-518)
Julian Brown (60) with his family (l-r) son-in-law Paul Saunders (29), daughter Sara Saunders (28), wife Karen Brown (60) and daughter Kate Brown (31).

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Children have the opportunity to join in group games, activities, and crafts as Fareham’s Play Rangers returns.

The free open access play scheme for children up to the age of 12 will be held in parks and open spaces within Fareham on Wednesday and Thursday of this week.

Executive member at Fareham Borough Council for leisure and community, Cllr Connie Hockley, said: “I’m delighted the Play Rangers are back for February half-term.

‘The programme is a great way for children to enjoy free outdoor activities, in a supervised environment, during school holidays.’

The sessions are organised by the council, in partnership with Y Services, a local charity for young people.

Children will have the chance to get involved in several activities include scavenger hunts, spring-themed crafts, and sports events.

Tomorrow’s sessions will take place from 10am – 12pm at Bellfield Play Area in Titchfield, and from 1.30pm – 3.30pm outside Genesis Youth Centre in Locks Heath

The Thursday sessions will take place from 10am-noon outside Fareham North West Community Centre, and from 3pm-5pm at Broadlaw Community Space, Bishopsfield Road, Fareham

All are free and no booking is necessary.

Children under eight years old must be supervised by their parent, carer or a responsible adult.