FREE summer activities and family fun are on offer for youngsters around the borough.
As part of its Futureversity programme, Ealing Council is once again giving youngsters the chance to learn new skills and earn nationally recognised qualifications.
Eleven to 19-year-olds can learn to host a radio show, take a first aid course, go kayaking, learn the guitar, or improve their football skills with Brentford FC.
Courses continue until August 31 with places allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.
Councillor Jasbir Anand, cabinet member for children and young people said: “Futureversity is a real success story and our range of courses gets better every year.
See www.futureversity.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 8825 8226 for information.
Free family fun sessions start in Rectory Park, Northolt on Wednesday, from noon to 4pm, and includes a giant slide, assault course, circus workshop and petting farm.
A day at Southall Park with a pirate ship, sandpit, an astroglide slide and magic show will be on Wednesday, August 14, from noon to 4pm.
Councillor Anand added: “Families always give positive feedback about our annual Playday.”
Smaller events will also be happening across the borough. For more information go to: www.playday.org.uk.