Summer is here! And we’ve got a packed programme of events you can book right now.
Summer in the City is Hammersmith & Fulham Council’s annual festival of fun activities for young people.
There are a massive 1,400 events to choose from and you can find them all at our all-new website.
“There is so much variety”, said Cllr Sue Macmillan, H&F Cabinet Member for Children and Education.
“Have a look at our interactive diary of events and you’ll find plenty of inspiration to help you fill your summer holidays with fun.”
The events include:
- Creating your own drama with the White City Youth Theatre
- An adventure playground, board games, dance, table tennis and more at Little Wormwood Scrubs
- A basketball camp at the Hurlingham Academy in Fulham
- Hair and beauty classes at Phoenix Academy in Shepherds Bush
- Graffiti art classes at Edward Woods Community Centre in Shepherds Bush
- H&F Mencap play scheme for Disabled children
And that’s just a small taster of the free and low cost events on offer for 11 to 19-year-olds and activities for Disabled people aged zero to 25-years-old.
Events began this week and there are 80 days of fun still to come. They are taking place across Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea, and Westminster.
You can find out more at the Summer in the City website or pick up a guide at Hammersmith Town Hall, schools, libraries, children’s centres and youth clubs.
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