Fun for the young in Radlett

PUBLISHED: 15:22 12 June 2009 | UPDATED: 14:11 06 May 2010

YOUNG people on the lookout for fun things to do can head to the Radlett Fun Day this Sunday for inspiration. A human buzzwire, four player Wii console, dance displays, DJ lessons and a BMX/Skateboard park are just a few of the attractions on offer at the

YOUNG people on the lookout for fun things to do can head to the Radlett Fun Day this Sunday for inspiration.

A human buzzwire, four player Wii console, dance displays, DJ lessons and a BMX/Skateboard park are just a few of the attractions on offer at the Fun Day, which will be held from 1-5pm on the Phillimore Recreation Ground.

The event has been organised by Aldenham Parish Council and Hertsmere Crime and Disorder Partnership (CDRP) as a consultation exercise to find out what activities youngsters across the county are interested in.

Anti-Social Behaviour Case Worker for Hertsmere Ami Jeffrey explained the event: "Any views we collect at the Fun Day will help us find out what kind of activities young people would like locally. The aim is to help young people have fun and prevent them from getting involved in anti-social or criminal behaviour."

Entrance to the Radlett Fun Day is free and for further information call 01923 856433.


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