Fun and games at new children's club
A NEW children's club called Hi 5 has started at the Riverside Centre on Okehampton Street.
It runs from 5pm to 7pm on Fridays and is aimed at primary school children, offering a mix of food, games and fun.
It is being organised by Rosie Le Puill, who is children's pastor at Riverside Church Exeter.
She said: "Hi 5 is starting off the back of three years of successful holiday clubs and Saturday events which have proved popular with the community.
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"The idea behind Hi 5 is to create a safe environment where children from across the community can come together to have fun and learn positive lessons. "The club will start with a high tea which allows the children the opportunity to meet each other and the leaders. This leads into hang time with something for everyone, including PlayStations and games. The children will then come together for interactive messy games and activities, followed by a reflection time based on the club's summer theme of Olympic values with bible stories and positive messages."
The club costs £1 per week which includes the high-tea.
For more information contact Riverside Church on 01392 210146.