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Jam Packed Holiday Programme

Media Release
8 December 2006

‘Jam Packed Holiday Programme at local Leisure Centres this Summer’

There will be no excuse for boredom these summer holidays with Manukau City Council leisure centre’s ‘Summer Extravaganza’ - A jam packed holiday programme that kicks off on 8 January. It will feature a range of fun, exciting activities that are assured to keep Manukau families and children entertained this summer.

Manager of Leisure Services Brett Jude says, “Our holiday programme will have something to suit all ages, from Wet ‘n Wild swimming fun to Dodge Ball Mania”. Manukau on the Move will be offering exciting day trips for the “more adventurous” youngsters that will include kayaking, climbing, abseiling, a beach party and a snorkelling adventure to Goat Island.

The ‘Summer Extravaganza’ holiday programme will run from 8 January to 2 February 2007. For more details, check out Manukau City Council’s website, www.manukau.govt.nz, phone the Call Centre on 262 5104 or contact the leisure centre nearest you.


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