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Half term activities from Welwyn Hatfield Council
« on: October 19, 2011, 02:50:41 pm »
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Ark Farm at Hatfield town centre
As per our press release sent to you last Tuesday, Ark Farm will be bringing a number of lovable animals to Hatfield town centre this Saturday (22 October), from 10am-3pm. There will also be an activity craft tent for children. (Photos also available).
 
Activities at Mill Green Museum
At Mill Green Museum children can make spooky decorations in readiness for Halloween, including a finger-shaped pen, a hanging witch or a designing a ghostly graveyard. Children can also hear a different spooky story each day. Details are on our website – www.welhat.gov.uk/museumactivities.
 
Play Rangers
The FREE Play Ranger sessions will be returning this October half term (Monday 24- Friday 28 October). Please find the flyer attached above.
 
Children aged 6 to 12 years old are invited to come and join in with any of the sessions running across the borough. Children can just turn up on the day – no booking needed - and join in with rounders, hockey, dodgeball, handball and of course football. There are also jewellery making and drawing activities available.
 
Children should bring drinks, trainers, sports kit and waterproofs with them, though.
 
Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council has again funded the project, with CHILD UK running all sessions.  All of the coaches are CRB checked and hold Emergency Aid certificates, while all staff have various sport National Governing Body Qualifications. Find out more at: www.welhat.gov.uk/playrangers.
 
Dates, times and locations for Play Rangers sessions:
 
·         Monday 24 October 1 - 2.55pm
Roe Hill Playing Fields, Briars Lane, Hatfield AL10 8EY
 
·         Tuesday 25 October 1 - 2.55pm
De Havilland Grange, Cornflower Way, Hatfield AL10 9FY
 
·         Wednesday 26 October 1 - 2.55pm
Stanborough Park, Stanborough Road, WGC AL8 6DQ (on the green area behind the Sailing Office)
 
·         Thursday 27 October 1 - 2.55pm
Moneyhole Lane Park, Sylvan Way, Panshanger, WGC
 
·         Friday 28 October 1 - 2.55pm
King George V Playing Fields, Beehive Lane, WGC (the car park end of the park)
 
·         Monday 24 to Thursday 27 October 10.30am - 12.25pm
Newgate Street Village Hall, Newgate Street, SG13 8RA
 
·         Monday 24 to Thursday 27 October 10.30am - 12.25pm
North Mymms Youth and Community Centre, AL9 7PF

·         Monday 24 to Thursday 27 October 1.30 – 3.25pm
Digswell Playing Fields, Hertford Road, Digswell, Herts AL6 0BX.
 
 
Moonlight Football
The Friday night floodlit sessions are still running and continue until 16 December. Each session takes place at Gosling Sports Park, Welwyn Garden City, on the Astroturf pitches, from 8.30 until 10.45pm. Moonlight Football is part funded by the borough council, in partnership with Sportivate and CHILD UK, the latter of which also runs the sessions.
See more at: www.welhat.gov.uk/moonlightfootball or email moonlightfootball@child.uk.net.
 
Youth Conference
The Welwyn Hatfield Youth Conference is being spearheaded by the Welwyn Hatfield Youth Council, to give a voice to young people on issues that matter to them. Invites have been extended to schools around Welwyn Hatfield. The day will be made up of activities, discussions and a Q& A session with a panel of local people from industry. It’s a chance for young people to connect with counterparts from other schools in the borough and also find out more about the Youth Council itself, and the ‘Wuzzup’ website it runs (www.wuzzup.co.uk).
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