MK Dons players will help celebrate MK Dons Sport and Education Trust’s (SET) summer play programme with a series of appearances across the city next week.
The likes of Gary MacKenzie, Stephen Gleeson and Shaun Williams will be visiting estates across Milton Keynes to meet youngsters who have taken part in the programme, which is delivred by the SET for Milton Keynes Council.
The play scheme is free for young people, ideally aged between eight and 13 years and also includes a number of sporting activities such as football, cricket, rounder’s, golf, tennis, badminton and field athletics.
Games available also include: Giant Snakes and Ladders, Ludo, Draughts and Jenga are available as well as a wide range of arts and crafts activities.
The MK Dons on Tour Bus will be at some of the venues complete with on board computers, Watt Bikes, Interactive TV as well as a number of other attractions such as street dance, break dance, DJ and MC workshops and special appearances by MK Dons mascot Mooie.
The venues are: Monday 20th August at Olney Recreation Ground from 2pm to 5pm
Tuesday 21st at Lakes Estate Community Centre 9:30am to 12:30pm followed by Derwent Drive Youth Club from 2pm to 5pm
Wednesday 22nd at Walnut Tree Playing Field 9:30am to 12:30pm followed by Beanhill Playing Field from 2pm to 5pm
Thursday 23rd at Langland School Field Netherfield 9:30am to 12:30pm followed by Jonathans Games Area Coffee Hall 2pm to 5pm
Friday 24th at Pirate Ship Playground Fishermead 9:30am to 12:30am followed by Crownhill Playing Field 2pm to 5pm
You will need a parent’s / carer’s consent to play and forms are available at each venue. Remember it’s FREE!. For more information please call Karl on 07595 280612