Last Sunday afternoon twelve intrepid explorers and some volunteer leaders took off to Borehamwood for a very energetic afternoon.
They turned up at Go Jump and the place was almost empty…. so they had a fantastic time jumping around!!
Phew.. all sounds a bit too energetic to me.
FYI…STAG now becomes the official name of the group, Sarratt Teens Activity Group. A logo was discussed by the group and with special thanks to Scott Betts, who created the visual impression, it has been professionally put together by Julie Francis at Bonsai and Co. Many thanks to Julie for spending her time on this at no cost. This logo will appear in various places and in due course we may go for t-shirts or sweatshirts to promote our identity.Regular Sunday sessions, will continue at 6.30- 8.30. The first hour will now offer two activity options to cater for the widest possible interests. The first will be baking/food preparation, an activity enthusiastically supported by the group when we asked them what they wanted to do going forward. The group who do this each week will be responsible for creating food for the whole group. All ingredients will be supplied. The second activity option during the first hour will sometimes be sporting, sometimes craft related.
The second half of the session will continue to be a chill out/hang out session including pool, table tennis, badminton, music streaming and just relaxing on the massive bean bags we have.
Another new venture is the introduction of support for Watford Foodbank. Supporting a foodbank was raised by the group last year and the Watford branch, in Imperial Way, is desperate for help. Food is issued by voucher only, such vouchers being provided by front line professionals such as GPs and social workers. It is highly regulated and makes sure support is provided to the most needy. You can check it out at https://watford.foodbank.