RHU Hall played host to a drop-in health and wellbeing event at the weekend as local families descended on the community centre for an afternoon of fun.

Sunday’s event proved popular with young guests who were keen to try their hand at the various games and activities on offer, including table tennis which was the most hotly contested attraction.

Children were also able to make a range of bird feeders and enjoy other crafts while some tried out the new games for all ages.

And there was a chance for parents to find out more about what goes at the venue and how the community can best make use of the centre.

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Sue Thornley, chairperson of the Rhu and Shandon community centre, said: “There are regular weekly activities such as badminton (three groups), children’s dancing, pilates, after school arts and the long-standing under-fives group.

“Children were delighted to find our new table-tennis table and it was in constant use. It would be lovely if a local group could organise sessions, certainly for children as they are very keen.

“Members of our badminton groups were present as were members of the Rhu and Shandon Community Council and there was plenty of chat about local issues over tea and cakes.

"The voluntary committee who run the hall would love to see greater use of this wonderful community asset.”

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For more information visit rhuhall.org or contact the hall’s co-ordinator on 07707 746087.