Aspire Park 'community activities' a big draw
December 02 2016 09:48 PM
AZF recreational activities at Aspire Park
AZF organises a number of recreational activities, including tug of war, for children at Aspire Park

Aspire Zone Foundation (AZF) has organised sports and recreational activities for Aspire Park visitors as part of the two-day ‘community activities’ which began on Friday.

Many children were seen enjoying the mini football matches, tug of war, and performances, among others, from 3pm to 7pm at the Park’s car parking area opposite Outdoor Pitch 10. players use a specially-designed stick to throw an aerodynamic ring over certain distances from each player. “This new game seems very interesting and I want to practice and play more with my friends,” said nine-year old Dave, who was playing with two instructors. He also played football with other children at the park.
Aspire Park visitors will again have the opportunity to play from 3pm to 4pm today at the fan zone while sports activities for children will take place from 5pm to 7pm.
A number of stalls at the venue will also continue to offer snacks, healthy drinks and souvenir items from 2.30 pm to 9pm today.
According to AZF, the community activities aim to entice residents to participate in various sports and physical activities they organise as part of their effort to promote healthy living.

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