The NERF Fun Club will running on the following Sundays:
21.10.2018, 18.11.2018 and 16.12.2018.
Dates for 2019 will be announced soon.
The Nerf Fun Club will start at 14:00 and will end at 15:30.
The number of children in the hall is limited to 12 and we will let the children take turns. In case, that we have too many children signing up we will put the ones who could not make it onto this session onto the waiting list of the next session.
The WOCA volunteer who runs the club has an up-to-date DBS check, but needs help with the supervision of the children. We will be only able to have 12 children playing, if no other parent is able to help with the supervision. If you could help please indicate this in the form below.
The children should bring their own Nerf guns and only SOFT TIP bullets are allowed.
Black soft rubber black shoes are not permitted in the hall. For safety reasons participants should wear SAFETY GOGGLES (these will be provided).
In order to cover cost for equipment £1 per child is requested to be paid at the venue.
Please register your child(ren) for the next session by clicking here.
By registering your child to this activity you give your consent to the following:
a) I agree to my son/ daughter taking part in the activities of the club.
b) I confirm to the best of my knowledge that my son/ daughter does not suffer from any medical condition other than those listed on the form.
c) I will ensure that a carer will pick my son/ daughter up at the end of the activity.
d) I understand that the Club or Organisers accept no responsibility for loss, damage or injury caused by or during attendance on any of the clubs organised activities except where such loss, damage or injury can be shown to result directly from the negligence of the Club or the Organisers.
For any enquiries, please email [email protected]
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