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Family fun in Bournemouth on Thursday

Don’t miss the Family Festival in Bournemouth

Come and join in the fun at the Bournemouth Family Festival on Thursday 28th July from 10am.

There are over 160 stalls onsite and lots of entertainment.

You will find the FitKid and LazyTown Sports Club Team there to entertain the children and a Sportacus will be flying in to see what the children have been doing at the lazyTown Sports Club.

To find out more email activeconcepts@fitkid.co.uk

LazyTown Sports Club receives further fantastic feedback

More fantastic feedback about our classes

Terese received some lovely feedback today from Becky Gibbs, Nursery Manager at New Foundations Nursery after their LazyTown Sports Club trial session

 “I just wanted to say thank you for coming into our nursery this week the children had a great time and had lots of fun. Our staff thought the session was great and were very impressed with the instructor and the children are looking forward to their next class”

This is great news as we are getting more children active and moving, Terese will be returning to see the children of new foundations nursery next month.

To find out more about our very exciting activtities, contact us at enquiries@fitkid.co.uk

Poole school secures funding for classes

Funding bid secured

I was very pleased to hear that Sylvan First School has secured funding of nearly £ 10,000 to provide health related activities for the children at the school.

These sessions will include both FitKid and The LazyTown Sports Club as Breakfast, after school and holiday activities.

It is fantastic to hear that children in the school will have access to further activities to improve their health. more details to follow of the activtities as they happen.

To find out how your School, Preschool, Leisure Centre or Children Centre could apply for funding to help deliver these activities, please email us at enquiries@fitkid.co.uk 

Terese is attending a Health day in Gravesend, come and join in the fun

Come and meet Terese in Gravesend

Kent County Council are holding a health day event in Gravesend on 20th July, promoting heathy eating and family fitness in the local community and LazyTown Sports club have been asked to come along and entertain the local families at the event and help to show that being active can be lots of fun.

To find out more email terese@fitkid.co.uk for more information.


Come and join in the Family Week Fun in Kent

Fun in Kent during Half Term

If you are looking for fun activities for the children over half term, why not head down to the fun day at Culverstone Green Primary School in Gravesend, Kent on the 3rd June. The fun day is part of National Families Week events.

The LazyTown Sports Club powered by FitKid will be entertaining the children from 1pm – 2pm getting them active by jumping around and participating in fun activities.

Pop along and join in the fun with Terese and her team.

To find out more, email terese@fitkid.co.uk

Race for Life warm up was a great success

I am so proud of the extra work our franchisees put in to assist charities in their locations. Yesterday, Karina warmed up the crowd for The Race for Life fundraising event in Shrewsbury.

We are all aware of the great work carried out by Cancer Research UK and the progress they have made to date.  I was very pleased to hear that Karina was assisting with the fundraising for more research in to Cancer as I lost my friend from Breast Cancer last year, she was only 37 years old and mum to two young children, it was a very sad time for her, and her family and friends.

Yesterday in Shrewsbury two thousand women and children dressed in pink met to walk, run or jog the 5K ‘Race for Life’.  The Race for Life raises money for Cancer Research UK and takes place very year at hundreds of locations all over the UK.  Today was Shrewsbury’s turn.  Karina Davies, who runs the LazyTown Sports Club in Shrewsbury took the lead for the warm-up activity getting everyone ready for the race.  She was joined on stage by 5 amazing members of the LazyTown Sports Club from Minsterley Primary School.  The five children aged 5-8 attend the afterschool club every week and volunteered themselves for the event.  Karina reports ‘my volunteers were brilliant, it was such an honour to be able to share the stage with them, I hope they are feeling very proud of themselves’   The fifteen minute warm-up saw a sea of pink crowds moving to the Sports Club favourites routines including the Pirate warmup of course.  Watch this space to see the photo’s from the event, and hopefully we’ll get to see some video footage too.

Well done Karina, the feedback I have received has been great.

To find out more about our activtites, please email enquiries@fitkid.co.uk

Scottish Motor Show welcomes Mandy

Mandy has just sent me this picture of her with Mikey and Kimmy at Knockhill. They are having a fantastic day entertaining the children at the Scottish Motor Show.