PCYC Bathurst to host an open day on Saturday, September 15

PCYC OPEN DAY: Bathurst PCYC head co-coaches Lauren Clemens and Mel Proust, ahead of Saturday's open day. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK 091218cpcyc1
PCYC OPEN DAY: Bathurst PCYC head co-coaches Lauren Clemens and Mel Proust, ahead of Saturday's open day. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK 091218cpcyc1

PCYC Bathurst will be a hub of fun, free activities and games, when it hosts an open day this Saturday, September 15, with a wide range of sports and activities available on the day for PCYC Bathurst’s open day. 

Head down to the PCYC building, on the corner of Morrisset and Commonwealth Street, and participate in a range of activities including gymnastics, parkour, circus, team gym, cheer-leading, boxing, tumbling and judo. 

As well, people will be able to head down and enjoy a game of laser tag with fellow friends or visit the NSW Police activity truck, that will be decked out with Xboxes and various video games. 

There will be a free barbecue lunch throughout the day, with the canteen facility in operation.

Entry is free throughout the day, which runs from 10am to 2pm, with a raffle on offer with purchase price being $1 for one ticket or $2 for three tickets.

For any further information, please contact PCYC Bathurst on 6331 2191 or contact the team via their Facebook page – PCYC Bathurst. 

PCYC Bathurst is one of more than 60 clubs and centres that are located right across the state.

With around 85,000 members, Police Citizens Youth Clubs (PCYC) NSW is one of Australia’s leading youth organisations. 

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