COMMUNITY leaders at a town secondary school are doing their best to make it a summer to remember by organising dozens of fun activities and classes.
Everything from African cookery to street dance and football sessions will be held this summer as the latest programme of St Hild’s C of E School’s community classes is launched.
Trips to Forbidden Corner, Tweddle Farm, the North Yorkshire Moors and Saltburn have also been organised as people of all ages are urged to get involved and sign up.
The school regularly hosts a range of community courses for people of all ages and abilities. Organisers are now hoping for the similar “fantastic” response they have had in the past.
The fun kicks off with three activities next week. A wartime Hartlepool quiz and games class will be held at the school from 9am-noon while an arts and crafts session will be held on the afternoon. A trip to Wingfield Castle will also take place on the afternoon.
Family tree sessions, drama classes, sports and games and much more will then be held every day next week.
The courses continue until Friday, August 23.
Julie Fletcher, community manager at the school, in King Oswy Drive, said: “We are really pleased with the programme we have got this year.
“We have a real variety of classes and activities which will keep people busy during the summer and will hopefully prove a real success.
“Our previous courses have been fantastic.”
A full list of activities is available from the Northern Lights building, in King Oswy Drive. For more information call Julie Fletcher on (01429) 273041.