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Handy guide to the borough’s best summer activities

Organisers and guests at last year’s Newton Town Show, which returns next Saturday, 5 August

Summer is here and while the weather might not always reflect this, there’s plenty to see and do in St Helens whether you want to get active, learn something, be entertained or meet new people.

Here’s just a few of the family friendly events – many of them free – happening across St Helens next week. For more, like www.facebook.com/whatsoninsthelens, follow twitter.com/whatsonsthelens or check out the full summer activities guide for young people at yaz.sthelens.gov.uk/media/1387/summer-fun-guide-6422.pdf.

Week commencing 31 July

Free Craft Club
Monday 31 July – 10am to 12pm
Thompson Centre, Allanson Street Primary School

Fitness In The Park
Monday 31 July – 1:30pm
Mesnes Park, Outdoor Gym

Summer Reading Challenge Stories and Crafts
Monday 31 July – 2:30pm to 3:30pm
Haydock Library

Go Active Summer Holiday Camp
Monday – Thursday, 9am to 4pm
Friday, 9am to 3.30pm

Summer Craft Activities
Tuesday – Thursday, 12pm to 2:30pm
World of Glass
01744 22766

St Mary’s Pop Up Cinema
Tuesday 1 August – 10:30am and 1:30pm
St Mary’s Market

Captain Tuck’s Summer Time Fun
Tuesday 1 August – 1pm to 3pm
Mesnes Park, Rangers Hut

Under the Sea Crafts
Tuesday 1 August – 2pm
Chester Lane Library

Health Walk with Rangers
Wednesday 2 August – 1:30pm
Mesnes Park, Visitor Centre
01925 229021

Healthy Living 4-Week Cooking Course
Wednesday 2 August – 10am to 12pm
Thompson Centre, Allanson Street Primary School

Fitness in the Park
Wednesday 2 August – 10:30am
Queens Park, Outdoor Gym

Go Active Junior Group Coaching
Wednesday 2 August – 11am to 12pm and 12pm to 1pm
Sherdley Park Driving Range

Free Film Club
Thursday 3 August – 10am to 1pm
Thompson Centre, Allanson Street Primary School

St Mary’s Pop Up Cinema
Thursday 3 August – 10:30am and 1:30pm
St Mary’s Market

Captain Tuck’s Summer Time Fun
Thursday 3 August – 1pm to 3pm
Taylor Park, Boat House

Where’s Wally Treasure Hunt
Thursday 3 August – 2pm to 3pm
Newton-le-Willows Library

Go Active Junior Group Coaching
Friday 4 August – 11am to 12pm and 12pm to 1pm
Sherdley Park Driving Range

Jungle Crafts
Friday 4 August
Chester Lane Library, 2pm
Peter Street Express Library, 2pm

Games Sessions
Friday 4 August – 2:30pm to 3:30pm
Moss Bank Library

Earlestown Family Fun Day
Friday 4 August – 11:30am to 2:30pm
Market Street
01744 677156

Newton Town Show
Saturday 5 August
Mesnes Park

Family Fun Day
Saturday 5 August – 11:30am to 2:30pm
St Mary’s Market
01744 677156

Table Top Sale
Sunday 6 August – 12pm to 4pm
Mansion House
Call: 01744 752644

Midland Marques of Yesteryear
Sunday 6 August – 11am to 4pm
Transport Museum

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