It’s time for “Sports in the Street” 2018. Last year’s event was met with great success thanks to the hundreds of adults and children who attended, along with lots of interest and new members for all the clubs involved.
This year clubs will have live demonstrations and activities for people to try and all the information needed for those interested in joining a new sports club. The children participating will receive certificates and a free gift to further encourage playing sports. The evening is also going to feature a live steel band.
Manoj Parmar’s initiative from 2016 has led to this becoming an annual event, growing and gaining interest each year. It started with the street cricket party “90 Not Out” to celebrate the Queen’s 90th Birthday, before then expanding to all different kinds of sports in the local community the following year. The event has now attracted over 15 participating clubs in a unique-looking Thame High Street, ensuring there will be something for everyone to enjoy.
The idea behind “Sports in the Street” is getting the people of Thame and surrounding areas to be more active, bringing the community together through sport and promoting teamwork and participation.
The event will take place from 6:00pm to 9:00pm on Friday 29 June.
The event is free to attend and everyone at MP Sports invites the local community to come down and to try something new.
This is also a great opportunity for promotion of local businesses as the event is reaching such a wide audience. If you would like to sponsor the event, please see the contact information below.
For more information about “Sports in the Street”, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Manoj Parmar on 01844 212226.
All participating clubs must attend the event meeting on Thursday 7th June 7:30 pm at Thame town hall. if any other club like to take part please email email@example.com