Summer Activities with the AYC & MYC
Aldbourne Youth Council, together with Marlborough Youth Council, are organising and supervising activities for young people to access over the summer – please download the document below for full details and dates.
Activities include: Football Coaching, Canoeing expedition on the River Wye, Horse Riding, Paintballing, Sponsored bike ride, Westfield shopping centre trip (13+), Adreneline Alley Skateboarding trip, Photography competition plus much more.
In addition there are all the free activities on National Play Day, see here for details. Activities on the day include: Oxenwood organised Fencing, Archery and Air Rifle Shooting, Live Band, BBQ, preschool activities, arts and crafts, Bouncy Castle, Car Boot, local produce/crafts. Something for all ages!
For further information visit the AYC website, or telephone Hazel Keen, details shown below.
Aldbourne Youth Council
Mobile: 07717 194335
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