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Fairford Leisure To Host Children In Need Event

Splatter sports centre staff with custard pies as part of a Children In Need charity afternoon at Cotswold Leisure Fairford.

The After School Club at Fairford Sports Centre – which hosts children between 4-11 years old – will host a fund-raising event as part of the nationwide charity drive on Friday November 14th (3pm-6pm).

There will be an opportunity for children to get their own back on leisure centre staff with some pie throwing – every yellow custard pie thrown at sport centre staff donates 10p per throw to Children in Need.

Also on offer is cake decorating/selling, a giant Pudsey coin fund raiser, a bouncy castle, a disco and party games and races.

All children are invited to wear a Pudsey Bear bandana, which can be bought in Asda or Boots.

The normal After School Club session fee of £5.90 or £7.00 will be donated to Children in Need. The Cotswold Leisure Fairford ‘After School Club’ operates Monday to Friday from 3pm to 6pm during the school term.

Children from Fairford Primary School are collected at 3pm and a minibus is available from Kempsford Primary School.

For further information and to book a place please contact Cotswold Leisure Fairford on 01285 713786 or email fairfordsportscentre@cotswold.gov.uk

Posted : 12/11/2008 10:21:34

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