ANOTHER super summer of sport and creative fun across North Devon has come to an end. The Supersport summer activity programme offered taster sessions for children and young people for five weeks during the school holiday. It was organised by North Devon

ANOTHER super summer of sport and creative fun across North Devon has come to an end.

The Supersport summer activity programme offered taster sessions for children and young people for five weeks during the school holiday. It was organised by North Devon Council in partnership with after-school activity provider, Extended Services.

This year, more than 800 activity places were filled, which included adventure days, cookery workshops, street dance and rugby.

Councillor Dick Jones, Lead Member for Community and Leisure, said: "It is fantastic to hear that so many children and young people across North Devon have been making the most of the summer holiday and trying something new. A lot of hard work goes into organising the programme so it is a tribute to all involved that it has been so well received.

"The programme is just one of the ways that the council is trying to encourage our children and young people to enjoy an active and healthy lifestyle as well as pursuing new and exciting interests."

This year is the first time that creative activities have been included in the Supersport programme. To find out what parents and children think about the new list of events and what could be improved, a questionnaire is being sent out to everyone who took part.

The council's contractor for the North Devon Leisure Centre, Parkwood Leisure, also ran its Camp Adventure programme at the same time as Supersport. These activities also attracted record amounts with 1,800 places filled by children and young people from across North Devon.