Published Tuesday, 6 November 2018

A new club for young people is set to launch at Cranleigh Leisure Centre, offering young people the chance to hang out with friends and take part in a range of activities.

Starting 9 November, The Friday Night Project (FNP) will take place every Friday from 5.30pm to 8.30pm, giving young people aged 11-18 access to leisure activities for £3.60 (£1.80 with a Waverley Access to Leisure Card).

Activities include gym, table tennis, workout classes, virtual cycling, racket ball and squash; there’s also a pool table and café.

Local Councillor Liz Townsend backed the initiative and thanked Waverley Borough Council for supporting the project.

Cllr James Edwards, Portfolio Holder for Economic and Community Development, said: “The project for 11-17 years olds, jointly funded by Waverley Borough Council, Cranleigh Parish Council, Active Surrey and Places Leisure is part of a new strategy from Waverley Borough Council to engage with young people in the community and offer them an opportunity to get involved in new activities, socialise with others of similar ages or relax in the café.

“For anyone interested in coming along to the launch night, there will be free refreshments and the opportunity to try what the Friday Night Project will offer.”

For more information, contact Cranleigh Leisure Centre on 01483 274400.