Youngsters put a range of activities to the test – including skateboarding, quad biking, cake-decorating and learning DJ skills – as the summer’s Access All Areas events got under way.
Locks Heath District Centre open space played host to the latest day as children got to try things they have never done before.
More than 1,000 people have already signed up for the events which will be held at recreation grounds across the county throughout the next two weeks.
Today there will be a climbing wall, surf simulator, gladiator duel and a human fuse ball table at the Hoe Road Recreation in Bishop’s Waltham.
Tomorrow Stratton Bates Recreation Ground in Alresford will see activities including clay pigeon shooting and quad bikes.
The programme has been organised by Fareham and Winchester community safety partnerships which teamed up to give 11 to 17-year-olds something to do during their summer holidays in a bid to reduce anti-social behaviour.