|Young people at the Prime Meridian|
to mark launch of summer course
programme, Wednesday 15/07/2015.
by our RBG Correspondent | Greenwich
Young people across the borough have the opportunity to get involved with a huge range of fun activities over the holidays - from dance and drama to film-making, sports and crafts.
The Royal Greenwich Youth Service is running a fun range of activities across the borough during the summer period including badminton, cooking, swimming, tennis and football coaching.
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This summer Futureversity is running a range of completely free courses and activities for young people to help them get ahead in life.
There are over 20 courses on offer, from T-shirt printing to film-making and they are all run by industry professionals.
Courses are for 10-19 year-olds (or those up to 25 with disabilities).
For details and to apply online visit:
The Royal Greenwich Heritage Trust has lined up a fun selection of activities taking place in July and August. Crafts and activities will take place at Charlton House on Tuesdays and at the Heritage Centre on Thursdays.
Activities run from 10am-12pm & 2pm-4pm and are suitable for those aged 4 plus - but younger children are welcome to join in with the help of their families.
For full details visit www.greenwichheritage.org or www.charltonhouse.org.
There are five weeks of free arts courses over the holidays courtesy of the Greenwich and Lewisham Young People’s Theatre (GLYPT). Based at the Tramshed in Woolwich, GLYPT have a fantastic range of creative programmes between August 3 and September 4, including drama, dance, radio, DJing, street art and film-making. There is something for everyone aged five to 25.
Booking couldn’t be easier - visit www.glypt.co.uk, call 020 8854 1316 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Greenwich Dance is offering a free NRg-Xtra Summer School from 28 – 31 July. This year’s programme features Hip Hop, Urban Contemporary, African and more dance styles. These energetic sessions will be highly physical and creative. All sessions are free and no experience necessary. l You can book at www.greenwichdance.org.uk or by calling 020 8293 9741.
Councillor John Fahy, the Royal Borough’s Cabinet Member for Children’s Services said: “I’m really excited by what’s on offer for our young people over the summer – a huge range of activities, many of which are free or low-cost. It’s an ideal chance for children and young people to expand their experiences or try something new – as well as staying active and entertained. I urge everyone to check out the full range of summer activities on offer in the borough.”