Check out below the FREE activities that we have planned for over the Summer as part of the Get Into Summer programme!
Get Into Summer is a Scottish Government funded initiative to help children, young people and families to enjoy fun activities throughout the summer months.
These will run across the Summer holidays. All activities are free of charge to attend, but in order to follow Covid-19 guidance, places must be booked in advance.
You can also find out what Get Into Summer activities Renfrewshire Council will be providing by visiting their website here.
See a list of all other activities for children and young people aged 8 to 16 and 16 to 25 on the Young Scot website here.
Every Tuesday at 3-4pm, 29th June to 3rd August, for P1-P7
Attendees will be able to take part in a weekly club where two bouncy castles will be on offer* as well as the opportunity to take part in sports/activities led by qualified coaches. This will include: Boccia/Archery/Football/Basketball/Frisbee Golf. This family club is available to any family with a young person (5-12years old) with a disability and/or sensory impairment (siblings welcome). A parent/guardian must stay with the participant for the duration of the club, but they are actively encouraged to take part! When a rest is required soft drinks and snacks will be available for all. This hour long weekly club allows all the family to take part in fun activities locally in Renfrewshire.
*Bouncy castles allowed only if within Covid restriction level 1 & 0. If we are unable to offer the bouncy castles due to tier guidance then we will ensure two sports are on offer for the group.
Every Thursday, P4-P7 at 12-1pm, S1-S6 at 1-2pm
Attendees will be able to take part in a weekly outdoor disability sports club every Thursday delivered by qualified coaches. This club is available to any young person (maximum 17 years old) with a disability and/or sensory impairment. Sports on offer will include; Football, Archery and Frisbee Golf.
Wednesday 7th & 21st July, 12-2pm*
Fun for all the family, the colour run is an obstacle course with a difference. Participants will get sprayed with various colours of powdered paint as they complete the course. We encourage participants to wear white to get the full effect of the colours in action.
*30 minute attendance slots will be provided after booking prior to the day.
- Every Tuesday, 12-2pm at Johnstone Community Sports Hub
- Every Wednesday, 12-2pm at Park Mains Sports Complex
- Every Thursday, 12-2pm at On-X Linwood
Sessions will be multi-activity and will feature taster sessions in various sports including archery, bushcraft, orienteering, dodgeball, rounders, and many more sports and fun activities.
We have a new Summer challenge which requires all school children and the Renfrewshire community to work together. Our aim is to achieve the distance from Renfrewshire to Tokyo for the 2021 Olympic Games, hoping to reach our destination in time for the closing ceremony on 8th August. This is a whopping 13,504km!
All we are asking is for you to contribute to the mileage. Achieve your miles in whichever way you like: walk, wheel, scoot or skate, pedal, skip, paddle or swim.
You can enter as a family, with friends, or on your own here, with the challenge starting on the 12th July. You then just need to submit your mileage at the end of the week.
Let’s trek to Tokyo! #RLTTTChallenge
Please note: pre-schoolers cannot attend this time but we look forward to them joining our activities in the future.
Eleven Renfrewshire Community Sport Hub Clubs will be working in partnership with Renfrewshire Leisure and sportscotland to provide free activities over the summer to Renfrewshire Young People in order to encourage them back into sport and clubs. These clubs are:
Click here to see more information on what activities the clubs will be providing.
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