Disney Inspired Family Fun Swimming Sessions come to Telford
This June and July will see the launch of Disney inspired pool adventures across all Telford & Wrekin swimming pools.
Kicking things off with Disney’s most loved characters including Woody and Buzz Lightyear, the first instalment of the inspired sessions will feature Disney Pixar’s Toy Story.
Each 45 minute session includes 10 fun and exciting activities bases on core aquatic skills to inspire children to keep healthy and learn a key life skill. This year long programme will feature activities inspired by Swim England essential swimming skills and some of Disney’s popular characters.
The sessions will be delivered by a trained activator, featuring content inspired by the magic of Disney storytelling and endless family fun – targeted at children 3-11 years and suited to all swimming abilities. Parents are required to join in the fun!
Swimming sessions are taking place across all four Telford & Wrekin swimming pool sites; Abraham Darby Leisure Centre, Oakengates Leisure Centre, Newport Swimming Pool and Wellington Civic and Leisure Centre are all available to book online at www.telfordandwrekinleisure.co.uk/booknow by selecting each individual site. Alternatively, bookings can be made over the phone and in the centres.
Sessions are now bookable for June and July with limited spaces available, please check the pool timetable for full details www.telfordandwrekinleisure.co.uk/swimming. The cost of a session for one adult, which also permits one child entrance is £5.45.
Councillor Rae Evans, Cabinet Member for Customer Services, Partnerships, Culture and Leisure said: “A fabulous way to get the kids involved in swimming from Swim England and Disney, the Telford & Wrekin Leisure team are excited to host these Disney Inspired sessions for the duration of the year.”
“Kicking off this summer with games inspired by the new release of Disney Pixar’s Toy Story 4, closely followed by Disney’s Mickey Mouse and Friends from September will be perfect for families and children to get active over the summer months.”