Young people can have a great time enjoying Pulsar Laser Quest and many other exciting Go4it activities at Skelmersdale Fire Station on Saturday 3 November and Sunday 4 November between 5pm and 8pm.
West Lancashire Community Safety Partnership has organised the free annual Go4it programme at the Fire Station as part of its annual Bright Sparx Campaign.
The events are open to all age groups but children under 11 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Activities will include:
- Pulsar Laser Quest
- Total Wipeout Eliminator
- Carousel Castle
- Hook-a-Duck Stall with sweet prizes
- Bouncy Boxing
Catering supplies and preparation will be provided by Evermoor Hub.
Mark Winder, Station Manager for the West Lancashire Borough, said: “Young people from the Skelmersdale area can attend Skelmersdale Fire Station over the two evenings, where we will provide them with plenty of enjoyable activities.
“The station will be a safe environment for local young people, which assists with reducing the risk of people being hurt in fire related incidents. It also provides somewhere that is fun for the young people to enjoy themselves and engage with the other supporting agencies.”
Heidi McDougall, West Lancashire Community Safety Partnership chairperson, said: “Go4it activities provide a lot of fun for young people and are a big part of the Bright Sparx Action plan which aims to reduce anti-social behaviour around this time of year.”
In addition to the Go4it events, Lancashire Children and Family Wellbeing Service is organising a Halloween Spooktacular Neighbourhood Community Day at Eavesdale Neighbourhood Centre between 1pm and 3pm on Friday 26 October. Little Monsters Youth Group will also host a Halloween party between 6pm and 8pm on 31 October at the Eavesdale Neighbourhood Centre for children aged between 8 and 13.