SPORTING fun is available throughout the summer in Seahaven from Wave Leisure until Tuesday September 4.
Highlights of the programme are the Ofsted registered Holiday Play Scheme at Lewes Leisure Centre, kayaking courses at Seaford Head Pool and a kids’ Zumba session at Peacehaven.
The Downs Leisure Centre in Seaford will host Wii adventures, cheerleading, roller skating, rounders, family badminton and arts and crafts activities.
Lewes Leisure Centre is offering the all day play scheme – ideal for working parents and kids alike - as well as fun sessions in the swimming pool in the afternoons, including a live disco on Monday and Thursday.
Throughout the holidays there will also be a series of crash courses available including Rookie Lifeguard, a badminton academy, trampolining and climbing wall course.
Peacehaven Leisure Centre will offer the ever popular Big Bounce, family roller skating sessions, family badminton sessions, family Zumba and of course the now legendary Friday night Roller Disco.
Ringmer Swimming Pool is offering a National Pool Lifeguard Qualification throughout the holiday as well as fun sessions and tasters in the afternoon.
Seahaven Swim and Fitness Centre in Newhaven will be offering a different pool session every afternoon with a live disco on Thursday.
Seaford Head Pool will be offering an intensive Kayak course every morning along with fun sessions in the afternoon.
The fun also continues both weekends with roller discos at Peacehaven on Friday, Lewes on Saturday and Seaford on Sunday.
Shakespeare Hall in Newhaven will also host their monthly youth discos from 7.30pm on Friday July 27 and Friday August 31.
Pick up an activities brochure from your local leisure centre, visit www.waveleisure.co.uk or from one of the following locations: Lewes Tourist Information Centre, Lewes District Council Offices in High Street, Southover Road and Fisher Street; Lewes District Council Office in Fort Road, Newhaven Library, or Peacehaven Town Council Offices, Peacehaven Library, Seaford, Seaford Tourist Information Centre and Seaford Library.