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Roller discos bring families together in Sunderland

Marie Roberts,  Children's Centre team leader, and Mark McNichol, Manager of Castleview Sports Centre, getting their skates on to keep up with two of the youngsters.

Marie Roberts, Children's Centre team leader, and Mark McNichol, Manager of Castleview Sports Centre, getting their skates on to keep up with two of the youngsters.

PARENTS can get their skates on to spend time with their kids.

Sunderland parents and carers are being invited along to a roller discos as a fun and active way of spending time as a family.

Roller discos are one of the activities run by Sunderland Children, a council-run service that provides parents and young children with a range of activities to support them.

It is held every Tuesday from 4.15pm to 5.45pm at Castle View Community and Fitness Centre in Hylton Castle.

Families with children aged up to five and with a Children’s Centre card go free and for those who don’t have a card or are six or over there is an entrance fee of £3.

Skates can be hired for 50p, but families are welcome to take their own.

Sunderland Children offers a range of activities, delivered from five main centres and a range of other venues across the city. The centres are open six days a week, but parents are encouraged to check the online timetables for schedule updates. For more information visit www.sunderlandchildrencentres.co.uk.

 

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