On Saturday 26 March, Warsop Youth Club invited young people and their families to the Adam Eastwood Building for a free funday. Activities were provided by Steve Osborn and Go-Extreme with sessions of Trikke Bikes, KMX-Karts and finally Laser Tag in a giant inflatable, which was housed inside the building. The activities were thoroughly enjoyed by those taking part – so thanks Ozzy!
In the clubhouse end of the building, youth groups Enthusiasm and the Air Cadets had stands showcasing their activities while the 2nd Warsop Scout Group ran a tombola, raffle and cake stall, helping them to raise much needed funds to support a trip they are planning for later in the year. The younger children attending were entertained with an Easter Egg hunt, which was organised by volunteers.
On behalf of the Trustees of Warsop Youth Club, Halina Kochanowski said: “We are very grateful to Big Warsop and the Rotary Club for their support and to the Sir John Eastwood Foundation for the generous donation of the site which has made this project possible. Thanks also to the many people who have voluntarily given time and effort to help us get to where we are. We are now turning our attention to clearing and landscaping the site to make it a safe area for outdoor activities.”
Anyone interested in getting involved in this project or who would like to know more about using the building, should contact Maddy by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or Halina by phone on 846281.
Photos by Milly.