09:00AM, Thursday 17 April 2014
Children who visited Windsor Leisure Centre this holiday season had no chance to get bored.
The Fun Factory has been operating at the centre in Stovell Road since the beginning of last week - offering children the chance to play sports ranging from benchball to football and netball, practise arts and crafts and jump up and down until they were dizzy.
There was a bouncy castle, go-karts and the chance to use the slide on the swimming pool for the older children.The activities run until Thursday and are organised by the Royal Borough's senior sports development officer Jo Kilgallen and her assistant Chris Epstein.
Their events have become a big part of borough schools' half term or holiday breaks for thousands of children.
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