The Friday Night Project is coming to Rochford
Fusion Lifestyle in partnership with Essex Youth Service is launching a new Friday Night Project for young people at both Clements Hall and Rayleigh Leisure Centres.
The project, which is being delivering by coaches from Active Sports, will offer eight weeks of different sports activities for young people aged 13 and over, where sports activators and youth workers are on hand to support young people and introduce them to new activities.
The sessions will be free and any young person attending 6 of more of the sessions will qualify for a free month’s pass at either site.
Clements Hall will run from 5.30pm – 6.30pm, starting on Friday 27 September and will also offer any young person attending half price entry to the Friday night fun swim at the site.
Sessions at Rayleigh Leisure Centre will run from 6pm – 7pm and will start a week later on Friday 4 October.
Steve Bentall, Fusion’s Sports and Community Development Manager said “we’re pleased to be working with Essex Youth Service to bring new activities to young people at our sites in Rochford. The coaching team at Active Sports are bringing a wealth of experience and local knowledge to the delivery of these projects at our sites”.
Jade Cope from Active Sports said “My team are looking forward to working with Fusion and the local community delivering a fun and inclusive Friday night Project”
Rochford District Council’s Assistant Director for the Community, Louisa Moss, said: “The Friday Night Project gives everyone a safe place to socialise with friends and take part in different activities to keep them fit and active. This is a welcomed addition to the district”.
For more information on the Friday Night Project email firstname.lastname@example.org and to book your place contact Clements Hall on 01702 207777 or Rayleigh on 01268 654510