Access All Areas summer fun in Fareham and Portchester

INSPIRATION: Ed Collison, centre, with some of the youngsters.Echo pictures by Habibur Rahman and Katie Pycroft. Order no: 19040993

SKILLS: Tips from DJ Small Paul. Order no: 19040970

TAKE AIM: Having a go at archery. Order no 19040971

ON THE BALL: Boys enjoying the football at Portchester. Order no: 19034589

On the quad bikes at Portchester. Order no: 19034581

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FROM clay pigeon shooting to driving lessons to bouncy castles, teenagers are enjoying a summer of fun activities.

These were just some of the activities on offer during a series of free summer sessions in the Access All Areas scheme.

Children got to meet Ed Collison, the youngest sailor to complete this year’s Clipper round the world challenge, as part of fun and games a Salterns Park in Hill Head, Fareham.

And they took on an inflatable assault course, laser clay pigeon shooting, pole jousting and driving lessons at the Henry Cort School in Fareham.

They could also get henna tattoos, try cake decorating and enjoy the free barbecue.

The scheme also took place in Portchester where youngsters enjoyed lots of activities including football, quad bikes and T-shirt decorating.

Access All Areas is for 11 to 17-year-olds in Fareham and Winchester, which lasts for two weeks and has been organised by Fareham and Winchester Community Safety Partnerships.

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