ParkPlay will be taking place on Saturdays across Ealing Borough
ParkPlay's free activities are available for adults and children
A programme of free activities will be on offer in parks across Ealing Borough this Summer.
ParkPlay offers free fun and games for both adults and children each Saturday. It offers a range of games and activities, like dodgeball, frisbee, scavenger hunts, quick cricket and many more.
As a Sport England funded charity, ParkPlay gives local people the opportunity to be active with others in a fun, informal and safe environment. There’s no special kit or experience required but you need to register online beforehand.
ParkPlay is already up and running in Gunnersbury, Blondin and Spikes Bridge Parks, with people playing every Saturday morning from 10am. More parks in Ealing will be launching over the coming months, including Spikes Bridge, Southall, and Northolt. This has been possible due to support from local partners including London Tigers and Ealing Council.
Chris Bunting, Ealing Council’s Assistant Director for Leisure says “Ealing Council is delighted to be partnering with ParkPlay to provide opportunities for families and communities to be active together and play together, across all ages and backgrounds. ParkPlay sessions have already successfully launched in Gunnersbury Park, Blondin Park and Spikes Bridge Park and we are currently collaborating to deliver a range of other opportunities right across the borough. We believe that the key to their success is that the sessions are delivered by the community for the community; engaging through local people and groups, employing local teams, supported by local volunteers, designed for local needs. We encourage you to get involved today. It’s free. It’s outside. It’s ace.”
For more information and to register go to park-play.com.
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