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Half term activities at Crystal

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Children of all ages can take part in fun and games at the Crystal Leisure Centre during the half term holidays.

The Dudley Council owned facility in Bell Street, Stourbridge, is hosting a week of fun from Saturday 27 October to Sunday 4 November.

Craft activities at Crystal

The swimming pool, complete with slides, waves, bubble seat and rapids is open 9am to 6pm Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm Saturdays and 9am to 6pm Sundays. There will also be a bondi-beat water disco with live DJ on Friday 2 November from 3.30pm to 6pm.

Inclusive Activezone sessions, for children with learning or physical disabilities and their friends and siblings, takes place on Thursday 1 November. Sessions run from 10am to 12pm for five to eight year olds and from 1pm to 4pm for eight to 16 year olds. Activities include trampolining, bouncy castle, dodgeball, volleyball, parachute games and multi-sports. It is free of charge but people are asked to book in advance by contacting Dale Rudge on 07970 259921 or dalerudge@tiscali.co.uk

There will be a spooky Halloween crafts session for children aged five to 11 on Tuesday 30 October from 11am to 12pm. It costs £5 per child and everyone gets to take their creation home.

Youngsters aged seven and under can crawl, step, or run their way around the soft play suite throughout the week. Qualified staff supervise the area, but parents must remain with their children. Entrance costs £2.60 per child and parents are asked to check opening times before their visit.

Councillor Keiran Casey, cabinet member responsible for leisure centres, said:

We are delighted to release the half term programme for Crystal Leisure Centre, which includes a fun Halloween craft activity as well as the usual sporty sessions.
It is really important to us that children and young people of all abilities can access and enjoy sport and I am confident that the Inclusive Activezone will be very popular.”

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