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JOIN US Here are just 4 good reasons why you, your family and friends should head to our leisure centres this summer.


Holiday Activity Programmes Supervised Day Camps and Drop In sessions offer hours of parent- free fun and games for juniors aged 5 to 12 years old. Activities include Go-Karting, Team Building Games and much more!


Swimming Whatever the weather our pools offer a splashing time for all! Visit Tonbridge Swimming Pool’s Outdoor Pool or head to Larkfield for water features galore! Swimming Lessons available throughout the holidays.


Larkabout Three floors of slides, crawl tubes and ball pools offer an adventurous time. In August enjoy Larkabout for just £1 when an adult & child swim weekdays before 11am.


EXCEL Fitness Programme 11 to 18 year olds can take part in a programme of exclusive fitness classes including Spin, Easy Line Circuits, Badminton, Aerobics and EXCEL Gym sessions. Classes available seven days a week.


www.larkfieldleisure.co.uk www.angelcentre.co.uk www.tonbridgepool.co.uk


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Carewatch has been helping people maintain their independence within the comfort of their own homes for almost two decades, during that time; we have provided many thousands of people with different levels of support by creating personalised solution which help you get the best out of life. Your privacy and dignity is or highest priority. By listening to personal needs and choices, we can provide you or a loved one with:


• Practical support at home


• Light domestic duties such as shopping and cleaning • Personal support such as bathing or dressing • Friendship and companionship


• Complex support following an illness, release from hospital or long term needs


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