Summer fun for kids
ARE you putting on an activity for children this summer?If so, Suffolk Coastal council wants to hear from you so it can include it in in this year's edition of CoastLine for Kids.
ARE you putting on an activity for children this summer?
If so, Suffolk Coastal council wants to hear from you so it can include it in in this year's edition of CoastLine for Kids.
The free guide is produced every summer to highlight events run by local clubs or organisations and this year will be delivered to every home in the district.
"We want to include as many activities as possible in our special four page pull-out so that local youngsters and their parents can have an invaluable guide to what is on offer to exercise the body or mind during the summer holidays," said Jane Skepper, cabinet member for community development.
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"Suffolk Coastal will be running its own full programme of events at its network of sports centres and swimming pools, as well some special activities that we take round some of our towns and villages.
"However, we also want to publish what local clubs and organisations are planning to run this summer.
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"We want to make the CoastLine for Kids pull-out as comprehensive as possible so that children can see at a glance all the possible opportunities on offer across the district so parents can be spared the cry that there is nothing to do."
A copy of the guide will also be posted on the council's website, www.suffolkcoastal.gov.uk
Closing date to send information is May 20, and anyone running any sporting or leisure activities should contact the council's leisure development officer Darren Clarke on 01394 444652, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The council's arts development officer Kevin Gosling would also like to hear from anyone putting on arts related activities. He can be contacted on 01394 444294 or e-mail email@example.com