Ulverston Leisure Centre will be doing their bit for Children In Need tomorrow by playing host to several activities for kids of all ages.

These will be held at the Tennis Centre, with those wishing to turn up being reminded to dress warmly due to how cold the building can get at this time of year.

There is a good range of activities for the juniors to get involved in once they are out of school for the weekend, which includes them being able to try their hand at mini tennis or badminton, with the courts being open to play on.

There will also be inflatables put out for the kids, including bouncy castles and slides - plenty for them to keep themselves warm.

In addition to that, there will be some cakes on sale and a name the bear competition taking place what should be a fun early evening.

Although warm clothing is advised, the children are being encouraged to wear their Pudsey outfits/pyjamas, with all donations made during the event going to Children In Need.

All this takes place tomorrow from 3:30-5pm, meaning the youngsters can come straight from school for a play or a bounce and still be home in time for tea.

Despite the cooling temperatures and the ever-shortening days, Ulverston Leisure is still coming up with plenty of ways to keep kids active, including the continuation of their girls' football sessions.

Active communities coordinator Hannah Paling, a footballer herself with Morecambe Ladies, is now running two age groups - one for girls aged 5-7 and the other eight or above - to allow girls to play with those of a similar age.