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Phuket: Anyone for cricket?

Phuket: Anyone for cricket?

PHUKET: In the UK, the cricket season starts mid-April and ends in September. So it is timely for the Phuket Cricket group to be organising weekly games for kids every Saturday from 9am.


By Donna Stephens

Thursday 27 June 2013, 09:16AM


There will be professional training, dedicated coaches and all cricket equipment supplied. And it’s free. There’s no better way to spend a day than making new friends learning how to play cricket.

The Alan Cooke Ground (ACG) is situated in Thalang. For directions see phuketcricketgroup.com or contact chairman@phuketcricketgroup.com

 

Relax it’s Foxy Friday!

It’s Friday afternoon and you fancy sitting on the beach with a cocktail and your feet in the sand. But what, you have no baby sitter? Try Xana at Attica’s Foxy Friday, a new fortnightly event. Xana can provide kids’ activities at the Kid’s Club to keep the little ones entertained and provide dinner. Mum and dad can then enjoy a happy hour sunset cocktail from 5.30pm-6.30pm.What better way to end the week? For more information visit xanabeachclub.com

 

Question of the month

Help! We are an expatriate family living in Phuket. Our family has decided to stay in Thailand this July and August over the school holidays. What can I do to keep the kids busy?

  • Try the Summer Camp at the British International School, Phuket. There are a fantastic range of adventure and sport activities for children and teens.

  • There is no better way to improve your game then a two week tennis camp.

  • Several football clubs offer tournaments and coaching during the summer.

  • Have a go at a Thai cooking course, many of the local hotel and cooking schools offer courses especially for children.

  • The Kids Zone at Laguna Phuket offers a range activities for kids during the summer, including treasure hunts, little chefs, and arts and crafts at various site. After collecting the kids, parents can enjoy a beverage or two.

  • The southwest monsoon might not be an ideal time for swimming but the swell is up for surfing. Look up one of the surfing schools or even try a stand up paddle board.

  • Watch Phuket Football Club play at Surakul Stadium. Try dried squid on a stick, eat sticky rice and enjoy the cultural experience of football in the tropics.

  • Learn golf! There are a number of golf academies on Phuket and lots of kids learning golf. Take some lessons to see if you can get your swing into shape.

Check out PhuketforKids: www.phuketforkids.com for venue details or purchase the book from www.smashwords.com/books/view/314465 

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