And there’s some great action on offer! Twenty young people turned up for the re-opening of the Youth Club led by Ash Levin. With the pews rolled back and mats on the floor, the group were kept busy with activities that stretched their minds, asked for artistic expression and practiced their physical dexterity.
Ash has loads of experience working with young people and offers an exciting mix of drama games, group challenges, physical games, acro-balancing, and (action) songs. The club is for 7 – 14 year olds, and the older ones can work with Ash as youth leaders to help run the sessions, if they want. Sessions are fortnightly on Friday from 6.15 to 7.45pm in the Community Space and cost £3.
We hope this group will grow friendships amongst the children in the parish and encourage a feeling of community. It is also a great opportunity for parents to have a regular get together in the Tally Ho. And if Ash seems a familiar face, you may have seen him at the Littlehempston Fete last year – either playing chess in the Chess Tent or as Mr Cupid on Stilts. Circus skills are another arrow to his bow.