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Are you looking for somewhere for your children to be active, have fun and meet other children? Leeds has a variety of programmes available to children and young people aged 5-19 year olds and their families.

These organisations have been working in Leeds over a number of years and offer lots of different regular activities which are fun in a supportive and safe place.

  • ACE

    Active Club Experience (ACE)

    Active Club Experience (ACE) is a multi-sport provider that specialise in promoting healthy eating and regular physical activity for children aged 3 – 12 years old alongside their siblings and family members. ACE deliver activity clubs both during and outside of school hours in primary and community settings.

    These include breakfast clubs, where children are able to access a healthy meal alongside physical activity before school starts, giving them a positive start to the school day.

    Visit the Active Club Experience website for more information.

  • LS-TEN

    LS-TEN

    LS-TEN is huge indoor skatepark on the outskirts of the city centre. The facility provides a range of activities including Skateboarding, BMXing and Scooter Riding for people to learn and develop in a relaxed supportive atmosphere to raise aspirations.

    The Skatepark is open to school groups though out the day running alternate PE lessons and then opens to the public on a evening and weekend for people to come and use the amazing skatepark with friends.

    For more information: –

    ls-ten.org

    hello@LS-TEN.org

  • DAZL

    Dance Action Zone Leeds

    Dance Action Zone Leeds is a not for profit dance and health charity which improves health through dance. Dazl’s primary aim is to improve the mental and physical health of children and young people aged 3 – 19 years, particularly girls, through dance as physical activity in disadvantaged communities of Leeds.

    Dazl’s secondary aim is to reduce health inequalities, improve the health and wellbeing of children, young adults with disabilities up to 25 years, families and the wider community throughout Yorkshire through asset-based community dance and wider dance opportunities.

    community@dazl.org.uk