Following discussion between youth workers and young people, this year's Easter Project offered a newer, flexible drop- in format with mix of in- house activities and trips out. Over 60 local children and young people attended the Project, which was rated a big success. Whatever activities the children choose to take part in, all of them felt that as well as just having fun they'd made new friends and learned new skills.
In- house the children had a wide choice of sporting activities to choose from including football , kwik cricket, table tennis, trampoling and badminton whilst the younger ones had great fun on the bouncy castle! Outside trips also offered the children the chance to benefit from taking part in team events such as tag rugby and various games on the Common.
For those more interested in bringing out their artistic side the Centre ran sessions which gave the children the opportunity to make their own pottery and clay models or design their own T shirts, badges and cushions.
The ever-popular trips out included visits to the Unicorn Theatre and to the cinema with the highlight of course for the older children being the trip to Thorpe Park.!