Published 26 June 2012
Kids in West Dunbartonshire will have lots to do this summer after WD Leisure Trust launched their summer activities programme.
The programme, which starts on Monday, 2 July and finishes on Friday, 10 August, gives families six weeks of fun filled events during the school holidays.
Children who have a valid Passport to Leisure card or Young Scot card and live or go to school in the area can swim for free anytime during the holidays.
Kids can enrol in the popular sports camps offering a range of sporting activities including, football, multi sport, gymnastics, dancing and starstrack athletics.
The leisure trust also has a full programme of events for kids under the age of five including mini splish splash, mini ballerinas, mini kickers and mini movers.
Cllr David McBride, Chair of WD Leisure Trust and Convenor of Housing, Environmental and Economic Development, said: "This is a wonderful programme of activities which will keep the kids entertained morning, noon and night during the holidays. I would urge parents to pick up a programme and book their space as soon as possible as spaces on the programme sell out fast.
Cllr Lawrence O'Neill, Deputy Convenor of Housing, Environmental and Economic Development, said: "It can sometimes be difficult for parents to keep the kids entertained during the school holidays especially if the weather is poor. WD Leisure Trust has organised a range of activities for children from as young as 3 up to 14 years and there really is something for everyone.
Parents and guardians of children under the age of eight are required to remain within the facility during activities. Residents are advised to book early for activities to avoid disappointment as last year many activities sold out.
Summer Activities Programmes are available in local leisure centres or visit our website to download a copy.