Groups are urged to get involved at Locks Heath centre

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COMMUNITY groups are being invited to use a public space in Locks Heath.

Locks Heath Shopping Village is offering schools, clubs, groups, organisations and talented individuals the opportunity to use its open-air public space for free throughout this year.

This could include singers, dancers, theatre companies, orchestras, fitness classes, cookery workshops, and Scout and Guide groups.

Ian Goodridge, centre manager for Locks Heath Shopping Village said: ‘I know that there are a lot of great groups and activities in Fareham and I hope that they will come forward to spread the word about themselves and show our shoppers just how much there is to discover and available to get involved with, in the community.

‘I am really looking forward to finding out what the people of Fareham are passionate about and seeing many demonstrations and mini events during the year.’

For more information call Anna Harris on 01403 783400 or email