Last weekend a group of ten young people from Plater Youth Club took part in a fun-packed local adventure by embarking on In2 Adventures’ new coasteering activity at Sandy Bay.
The young people took on a number of challenging activities throughout the coasteering course. A variety of techniques were used, including zip lining, scrambling, climbing, jumping, abseiling and swimming. The session formed part of the Youth Service’s endeavour to promote the importance of a healthy lifestyle through fun-based and environmentally-friendly activities.
Some of the activities were challenging, however, the group of young people overcame their fears and supported each other and bonded throughout in a great team building experience.
The Youth Service would like to remind the public that they continue to operate with a maximum of 16 people per club session (including staff) and by appointment only as per Covid regulations. For further information about Plater Youth Club, please contact Jamie Napoli at Jamie.firstname.lastname@example.org or on 54062030.
For general information about the Gibraltar Youth Service, please check our website, www.youth.gi or contact Mark Zammit, Principal Youth Officer at Mzammit@gibraltar.gov.gi or call 20078637.