A sporting chance

pic, tured at the EIS Sheffield is Jess Ennis, with Schools Children at their Summer Camp
pic, tured at the EIS Sheffield is Jess Ennis, with Schools Children at their Summer Camp
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SPORTY youngsters from across the borough are being given access to a range of free indoor activities.

That the message from council bosses are they opened a new health and fitness centre.

St Helens Council’s Youth Service have began operating a new youth provision at Queens Park Health and Fitness Centre in Boundary Road near the town centre.

The free sessions are being held in the sports hall e every Saturday afternoon between 2.15pm and 4.30pm.

Sessions include badminton, volleyball, basketball, indoor curling, unihock and much more.

Any young person from the borough are invited to come along and meet youth workers to get involved.

Councillor Sue Murphy. Cabinet Member for Neighbourhoods, Safer Communities and Youth, said: “The free sessions give easy access to a wide range of sports in a modern setting.

“They are very popular and I would urge any young person to pop into Queens Park to view the fantastic range of opportunities.”