Oak Park Family Fit’n’Fun Day this Saturday

Roller Disco

Last year’s Roller Disco was great fun – from the Flickr Photostream of John Morris.

Now that spring is here, the nights have opened out a little and the good weather is upon us, why not take the family up to Oak Park this Saturday afternoon? There, and at Walsall Wood Football club next door, you’ll find plenty of fitness and sport activities to get involved in, all absolutely free of charge. There will also be stalls and all kinds of fun for all the family. If you’ve been feeling the effects of a winter indoors, why not pop over and see what’s on offer?

Previous events have been really popular, so why not pop along and see what it’s all about?

Free Swimming, Reach Up Tower, face painting and a Smoothie Bike – there’s something for everyone at the Family Fit ‘n’ Fun Day on Saturday, 11 May 2013.

The fun takes place at Oak Park Leisure Centre and Walsall Wood Football Club between 11am and 4pm, giving youngsters, teenagers and parents the chance to join in a load of activities.

The day has been organised by the Aldridge and Beacon Area Partnership and will feature a range of services who will offer health and safety advice on the day including representatives from NHS Walsall, West Midlands Police, West Midlands Fire Service and Trading Standards.

Dancing, stalls and the Move Truck will keep everyone entertained, with street dancing, Cheerleading, Zumba and Tai Chi demonstrations and a Freestyle Footballer on hand to wow the crowds!

To find out more call 01922 653711 or email areapartnerships@walsall.gov.uk.

Morris Dancers - Glorishears of Brummagem

You stick your left leg in… Image from the Flickr photo stream of John Morris

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