Vale Farm Sports Centre offers free swimming

PUBLISHED: 09:00 12 October 2017

Vale Farm Sports Centre (Pic: Katie Brown)

Vale Farm Sports Centre (Pic: Katie Brown)


Vale Farm Sports Centre is offering children under the age of 17 free swimming this half-term.

The Sports Centre, operated by Everyone Active on behalf of the Brent Council, is giving anyone aged 16 or under the opportunity to swim for free for a fun, healthy way to keep busy this school half term from 11am to 4pm.

The sessions will run from Monday, October 23 until Friday, October 27.

Everyone Active is giving children within the local community the opportunity to remain active throughout half term.

With both a main pool and training pool, Vale Farm Sports Centre has plenty of room for everyone to come down, practise their stroke and swim with freedom, regardless of age or ability.

Everyone Active Contract Manager, Chris Williams, said: “By offering these free swim sessions, we’re giving children a fun opportunity to remain active during the school holidays.

“We’re thrilled to be able to offer this and hope that many of the children in Brent will take the opportunity to come down to Vale Farm and splash around this half term.”

Parents looking for some fun physical activity alongside their children can participate in ‘No Strings Badminton’, a turn up and play opportunity for those that want to get back into badminton with friends.

These sessions, run on Monday and Wednesday from 11am to 1pm, are led by a Badminton Activator who will ensure players are supported throughout the session

For more information about swimming, badminton and general enquiries, please visit www.everyoneactivecom/vale-farm-sports-centre.

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