WV Active will be holding six weeks of summer holiday activities for young people of all ages from Monday 25 July to Friday 2 September, 2016.
The City of Wolverhampton Council’s three leisure centres, WV Active Aldersley, WV Active Bilston-Bert Williams and WV Active Central, are offering a variety of sessions throughout the school break – from football and netball to roller discos and cycle training.
WV Active Aldersley is giving young people the chance to have a go at football, tennis, hockey and netball, as well as trying out alternative sports including archery, ultimate frisbee, dodgeball and fencing. A series of cycling courses are also on offer, including cycling basics and balance lessons for younger children and road safety courses for older children.
Young visitors to WV Active Aldersley can also enjoy roller discos, giant fun games, toddler parties and art and crafts craft activities during the six-week break.
Meanwhile, WV Active Bilston-Bert Williams will be holding crash course swimming lessons and fun floats sessions and WV Active Central is offering fun float sessions, snorkelling, junior first aid training and more.
Councillor Steve Evans, the City of Wolverhampton Council’s Cabinet Member for City Environment, said: “Our leisure centres are offering a fantastic array of activities to keep young visitors active during the summer holidays – whatever the weather.”
To see the summer holiday activities programme or to find out more about WV Active leisure centres, please visit www.wvactive.com.