Bulldogs community team promote healthy living during holiday activities

The Batley Bulldogs community team had a hectic half-term holiday week, staging a number of activities for young people.

Thursday, 8th November 2018, 9:55 am
Updated Thursday, 8th November 2018, 9:59 am
The Bulldogs community team hosted a range of activities during the half-term holiday.

For three days during the holidays, the Bulldogs community gym was open for anyone to attend and get into some fitness under instruction.

They also held a three-day activity camp for young people aged between five to 10 years old.

The days were great fun with activities including rugby skills, football, cricket, arts and crafts and a Halloween party to round the week off on the Friday.

The community team, along with club mascot Battler The Bulldog were surprise guests at the Halloween party for the Down’s and Special Friends group, where they handed out biscuits and mini rugby balls to youngsters.

The community team have met many of the young people and their families on previous projects and events and enjoyed having a catch-up, while Batley star Danny Maun was also at hand for the week of activities.

There was also a family show called ‘Rabbit Girl’ presented at Fox’s Biscuits stadium, in partnership with Creative Scene.