Young people in East Ardsley are invited to go along to a Mini-Breeze event being hosted on Monday (August 19).
The event was previously scheduled for earlier this month but was cancelled due to bad weather.
Councillors Lisa Mulherin and Karen Renshaw donated £300 of MICE (Members Improvements in the Community and the Environment) money towards the event.
Children and young people under 19 are invited to goalong to the East Ardsley Recreation Ground from 1pm-5pm where there will be lots of activities, including a climbing wall, inflatable sumo wrestling, balloon modelling, face painting and much more. Entry is free.
Young people who are members of the National Citizen Service (NCS) have been raising funds for the event and will be helping to provide many of the activities and it is hoped that more money will be raised at the event through various activities and the NCS group will be consulting young people regarding future activities in the area.
Breeze on Tour and Mini-Breeze will be travelling around the city during the summer holidays and will be putting on plenty of events and activities.
Coun Lisa Mulherin said: “Leeds Breeze does excellent work throughout the holidays to ensure as many young people as possible can take part in a wide variety of activities.
“Working with the National Citizen Service, they will be able to put on a fantastic event which we encourage children and young people of all ages to attend. We are delighted to have been able to donate money towards what will be fun-packed afternoon.
“It was a shame that the initial date had to be cancelled due to the weather, but we have our fingers crossed that it won’t be a problem this time.”