Fun activities for Chichester children

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CHILDREN with disabilities will be able to benefit from a new club.

Martial arts, fencing, go-karting, and art sessions are just some of the activities being offered at Westgate Leisure Centre, a council-run facility in Via Ravenna, Chichester.

The ‘branching out club’ will run every Sunday from 3pm to 5pm at the centre, starting on November 4.

Lee Sargeant, organiser of the club, said: ‘This new club is an amalgamation of the popular Branching Out Saturday Club and the Inclusive Multi-Sport Club.

‘By joining the two clubs together, we will be able to offer disabled children and their families more activities on a more regular basis.

‘The sessions offer activities that are suitable for all ages and all levels of ability.’

Other activities planned include rebound therapy on the trampoline, soft play, music workshops and a bouncy castle.

Mr Sargeant added: ‘It offers families the chance to take part in sports, art and music activities together and hopefully gives them ideas of new things they can try at home.’

For more information on the club, contact Lee Sargeant at Westgate Leisure Chichester on (01243) 785651 or alternatively email