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Passport to summer fun


Don’t miss the action packed activities at Maddie & Mark’s Play Town at Ocean Terminal this summer. Purchase a passport so you can pick and choose when you pop in; only £40 for 10, £30 for 7 and £22.50 for 5 entries, no matter what the age of the child. Use them all in one session with a group of kids, or spread them right across the break. There’ll even be an outdoor play space filled with giant games and access to the Ocean Terminal ‘beach’. Find out more on 0131 555 1900 or www.maddieandmarks.co.uk


On guard!


Gordon Love has run fencing classes since last century, and young children’s fencing classes - using foam swords, plastic foils, and well-padded two-handed swords - since early 2010. He began by “taking fencing where no fencing had gone before”, and he loves helping the games-console generation try out sword-fighting in the real world. He’s finding new talent by introducing fencing in less


well-off areas and remote locations. Gordon’s young pupils have now won 10 Scottish Champion titles between them, and every one of his pupils at last year’s Scottish Championships won a place on the podium. www.fencingisfun.co.uk


No pain, no game


Stevie Kyle started coaching football 15 years ago and founded Acti-fit 6 years ago.


He’d noticed children were being drawn away from traditional activities by the lure of computer games, so he decided to use computer games to lure them back to physical activity! He uses a wide range of interactive electronic devices - all of which require children to remain active over a sustained period; dance mats for playing big-screen games, standard Wii and Playstations for solo and player-versus-player gaming with a twist! Games only run if all the players keep going on the exercise machines! www.acti-fitltd.co.uk


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