Summer at Rose Hill Community centre is a piece of cake
By Oxford City Council.
Determined to make the community’s summer awesome, Rose Hill Community centre is hosting quite a few activities, especially for children and young people.
Until 18th August, young people aged 11-19 can take part in a varied and exciting programme of sports, arts, music and BBQ, from Monday to Friday, 9am to 3pm.
For those slightly younger (8-13 year old), there will be fun multi-sport sessions run every Monday 10am to 12.45pm until 1st September. Both free programmes are run by Oxford City Council’s Youth Ambition team.
In addition, Oxfordshire Play Association will be running play ranger sessions for children and young people aged up to 19 years old on selected dates.
On a weekly basis in August, the Rose Hill Community Centre team invites children and adults to team up and learn how to decorate cupcakes for only £1 per person (booking required).
And, for the whole community, the team has organised a free, fun-packed, family event on Wednesday 16 August, 11am to 3pm, and is looking to hold another free film screening before summer’s end.
Last, but not least, anybody who has not tried the gym at the centre yet, will be given the opportunity of trying it out for five days for free.
For more information on any of the above, please ring the Rose Hill Community centre team on 01865 749597, visit www.oxford.gov.uk/rhcc or find them on Facebook.