Studley Centre’s half term open days proved a great success with more than 100 young people taking part in a range of activities over three days.
Centre staff were pleased to see so many people through the doors and have thanked everyone who took part during the week.
A wide range of organisations came along to give families the chance to try new and diverse activities such as rocket and pumpkin making, face painting and fun family games.
Activities were offered at the centre by Escape Workshops, Warwickshire Young Carers, Girl Guides Association and the Parenting Project.
Event organiser, Loz Grinnell, from Warwickshire County Council’s Targeted Youth Support, said: “The open days were developed to give young people and parents the opportunity to have some fun together during the school break. I’d would like to thank everyone who took part.
“It was also an opportunity to inform families in the area about the work of the centre and the services, activities and support on offer.”
For more information about Studley Centre, call 01527 852472.