A West Norfolk leisure firm is offering a host of online activities to help keep youngsters entertained during lockdown.

On the Alive West Norfolk website, word searches, dot-to-dot and colouring sheets are available for little ones, under the Bee Fit Club section.

For older children, visit the Keeping Occupied at Home section, where an interactive activity pack and a craft section on making a model of the King John Cup can be found.

There is also a colouring/drawing competition featuring buildings around King’s Lynn. Prizes include a family pass to the Corn Exchange cinema, a family swimming pass and a family pass to Stories of Lynn.

Neil Gromett, managing director of Alive West Norfolk, said: “Whilst we are unable to welcome customers into our centre at the moment due to the lockdown, we still want to engage with the local community and help to keep everyone positive and active during this difficult time.

“We have lots of content for adults and now I’m pleased to say we have some exciting activities for children of all ages. We really hope families enjoy these free activities and they contribute to people’s wellbeing over the next few weeks. Good luck with your competition entries and remember to follow government rules and stay safe.”

Elizabeth Nockolds, deputy leader at West Norfolk said she was “absolutely delighted” to see businesses step-up to create activities and ideas to keep children entertained for free.

“Alive West Norfolk have some lovely, fun things for children of all ages to enjoy. I’m also looking forward to seeing the childrens’ creations in the online gallery once submissions have begun,” she said.

For more information visit:

Corn Exchange https://www.kingslynncornexchange.co.uk/about-us/community-events/

Stories of Lynn https://www.storiesoflynn.co.uk/learning-during-isolation/

Sports – https://www.alivewestnorfolk.co.uk/active-at-home