The newly-refurbished South Lynn Community Centre is set to be a hub of activity this half-term (Monday 24 - Saturday 29 October).
Activities range from dodge ball, streetdance, Zumba and Pilates to bingo, craft workshops and afternoon tea, so whether people are looking for an energising workout or something a little more relaxing, there is bound to be an activity to appeal.
With Halloween just around the corner, there is a spooky flavour to some of the sessions; the Spooks and Spells story time on Tuesday 25 is set to send shivers down the spines of plucky youngsters and the Halloween party on Saturday 29 should be a ghostly gathering full of frightening fun!
The Halloween party begins at 6pm and finishes at 9pm. There will be a fancy dress competition with the winner receiving a £30 gift voucher for the King's Lynn Corn Exchange. Tickets cost £2, or £1 for under 12s, and refreshments will be available. No alcohol will be permitted on site and under 12s must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets can be purchased from the centre reception throughout the week and will be available on the door on the evening of the party. For more information contact the centre on 01553 763620.
Cllr David Pope, Cabinet Member for Leisure and Operational Assets, said: “We hope that South Lynn Community Centre will prove to be a real asset for residents. We’ve tried to put together a programme that includes something for everyone and which will give a taste of the ways in which this flexible space can be used. I hope that lots of people come along next week to explore the building and to start making the most of this community space.”
The full activity programme is available at the centre and can be accessed via the website: www.west-norfolk.gov.uk/slcc
There are charges for some activities. For more information contact the centre.
Anyone who has ideas for future events can contact the centre.
Since the £320,000 refurbishment the South Lynn Community Centre, formerly St Michael’s school, has been transformed in to a flexible space for the community. It includes a main hall, capable of holding approximately 120 people and two smaller meeting room, each accommodating approximately 30 people, as well as office space.
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