Fareham kids encouraged to take part in Olympic activities

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OLYMPIC sport taster sessions will take place in half-term to get youngsters involved in sport.

Fareham Borough Council’s play ranger service will organise the free sessions during February break with local sport clubs and organisations.

The tasters will include boxing, swimming, football, tennis, cricket, shooting and table tennis.

They will take place each morning and afternoon at recreation grounds across the borough, including at Fareham Leisure Centre, Cams Hill School and Neville Lovett School.

The week’s events will conclude with a competition on Saturday, February 18 at Cams Alders Recreation Ground at 10am.

There will also be opportunities to make Olympic flags, bunting and medals.

Councillor Connie Hockley, said: ‘I hope to see lots of young people joining in with the free taster sessions.’

For more information and to receive a copy of the programme call 01329 824440 or email fareham2012@fareham.gov.uk.