Food and fun sessions are proving popular with local children

Children at eligible primary schools in the county borough have been thoroughly enjoying the ‘Food and Fun’ programme this summer.

The programme, which is fully funded by Welsh Government and facilitated by the Welsh Local Government Association (WLGA) and the council, provides a range of physical activity, enrichment, skill building, nutrition education and healthy meals to children during the school holidays. Children from Abercerdin, Litchard and Ffaldau primary schools have been taking part in various activities such as cooking, circus performing, karaoke and dance lessons.

To find out more about the food and fun sessions, visit the WLGA’s website

 

Free swim initiative at Halo Leisure swimming pools

Halo Leisure are inviting young people aged 16 and under to dive into a free swim sessions this summer as part of a Welsh Government funded initiative.

Whether your child is a beginner, or wants to improve their stroke, the initiative will help those aged 16 or under. Visit the council’s school’s out webpages to find out more.

 

Family fun at Bryngarw Country Park

Bryngarw Country Park is hosting a series of family friendly outdoor theatre performances, including The Wizard of Oz, and Bad Dad. Visit the box office to see what’s on: https://awenboxoffice.com/bryngarw-country-park/whats-on

 

Dance Crazy workshops for children at local libraries

As part of the ‘Ready, Set, Read’ summer reading challenge, Awen Libraries are holding Dance Crazy workshops for children aged between seven and 12 years old at libraries across the county borough, and Zach Frank’s movement and dance workshops for children aged between 4 and 7 years old.

Contact your local library for more information or visit https://www.awen-libraries.com/events/