Youngsters looking for something to do on summer evenings are in luck, as the popular Soccer at Six sessions return to Hart and Rushmoor from May 3.
Run by Aldershot Town Football Club’s Community Trust and supported by the Safer North Hampshire* community safety team and local councils, the sessions are open to boys and girls of all skill levels aged between 5 – 14 years-old (participants are grouped accordingly). There is no need to book – just turn up on the day. The sessions run from 6pm to 7:15pm and cost £3 a time.
As well as learning new skills and taking part in games, the young people will also make new friends, develop an interest in sport and healthy living, learn to work as a team and spend time with positive role models.
The evening sessions run through until August 31.
Venues are as follows:
Peter Driver Playing Field, Church Crookham and King George V Playing Field, Farnborough
Oakley Park, Fleet and Aldershot Park, Aldershot
Ancells Farm Park, Fleet and Pinewood Park, Farnborough
Basingbourne Park, Fleet and Manor Park, Aldershot
Yateley Green, Yateley and Cove Green, Farnborough
Kirk Wheeler, Community Manager for Aldershot Town Football Club’s Community Trust said: ‘It’s great to get out and about during the long summer evenings, and youngsters of any skill level can come along to the sessions to enjoy some exercise and have fun.’
There is also pan-disability sessions available on Wednesdays from10am to 11am at Samuel Cody School, Farnborough.