Fun day success

LITTLEHAM residents got to meet their neighbours and learn new circus skills in the glorious sunshine at a free fun day last Saturday.

LITTLEHAM residents got to meet their neighbours and learn new circus skills in the glorious sunshine at a free fun day last Saturday.

Dozens of people and children of all ages turned out to a free community and family fun afternoon at Littleham Leisure Centre in a prelude to the Exmouth Festival this week.

Organised by LARF - Littleham's Associations, Residents and Friends - the afternoon was funded thanks to a contribution by county councillor Eileen Wragg who donated part of her community budget.

Children and young people enjoyed a range of events including learning circus skills like juggling and unicycling.


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They also enjoyed a Drum Crazy session where young people of all abilities join in an orchestra of African percussion instruments helping them work to together to find a rhythm, encouraging teamwork and helping them to focus and concentrate.

Organiser Sue Saunders said: "Everybody had a great time and it was a good opportunity to meet young people in the community and trying to make them more socially aware.

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"We want to try and get children from a young age and want them to do more within the community as opposed to outside it."

LARF are holding their annual summer fete on July 10 in the field behind the village hall.

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