For fifty young people who have taken a role in the Andover Community Sports case on Monday, August 26, hockey, football and sports were all on the board.
Coaches from Andover Athletics Club, Andover Hockey Club and also the Saints Foundation held all children’s workshops at the Charlton Sports Centre’s free case, unionized by the Test Valley Borough Council and law compliance agency Hampshire.
Also because of the sporting events and coaching that were put on, Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service took the opportunity to teach the kids on the manner to keeping the community safe.
Community and recreation portfolio owner, councillor Tony Ward said: “This is the second good activity of its kind this weekend and it’s great the pleasure and education it can give to young people.
“Being willing to deliver this in Andover as well as in Romsey implies that we can achieve even more kids together with the police and fire service to give them a pleasant day out.
“Once again, my congratulations go to the local hockey and athletics club as well as to the Saints Foundation who went to participate and guarantee that all young people were carried out properly!”The sessions of the Partnership Community Sports are held annually by the council and various organizations and are free for those between the ages of eight and 15.