This is the official KidzZone page where you can read about the Longparish Youth Club.
|Who can join:||Boys and girls 11 - 18 years|
|What's on:||Games in the village hall and subsidised trips|
|Meets:||Every fortnight on Wednesdays|
|Where:||Village Hall, Longparish|
|When:||7:00 to 9:00 p.m.|
|Cost:||£1 entrance, it's subsidised|
|Tuck Shop:||Cans, sweets and free squash|
WHAT’S THE FORM?
The Club had its first meeting on Weds 14 June 2006, at the Longparish Village Hall, and has met fortnightly since then. Around 15-18 Members and guests attend each Club Night. Club activities include playing: dodge ball, table tennis, dance mats, darts, hanging out with friends at the Tuck Shop, badminton, rounders, new age kurling, table football, pool and a wii.
Ideas for Kidz Zone Club activities are generated by the Members. Members voted to give their club a name – Harriet Raynsford’s suggestion got the most votes – so, Kidz Zone it is. Phil Barber kindly designed the logo for the club and the members chose the design above. Thanks to Phil for his help.
TRIPS TO OUT-OF-VILLAGE ACTIVITIES
There have been trips to ten-pin bowling at Lakeside Superbowl at Newbury and to Quasar and Bowling at Southampton, ice-skating, go-karting. All were greatly enjoyed by Members.
Further trips are planned about once a quarter to do activities suggested by club Members.
WHAT DOES KIDS ZONE MEMBERSHIP GIVE?
A great night out locally every Wednesday-fortnight where you can hang out with friends - sit and chill or get involved in group games.
The initial membership fee of £1 buys you membership of Kidz Zone Club. It also includes membership of the Longparish Community Association, giving discounts on other village activities.
Entrance at each Club night is just £1.
WHO’S BEHIND THE CLUB?
The Kidz Zone Youth Club is run by a group of adult volunteer Leaders as part of the Longparish Community Association.
To contact Kidz Zone Youth Club ring:
Martin or Andrea on 01264 720347
Dave on 01264 720457
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