Fun for all the family will be on offer at a sports shop in Braehead this weekend.

A variety of activities will take place outside the Decathlon store, in Old Govan Road, from 11am to 6pm on Saturday.

There will be lots of sports for the whole family to take part in and those who take part in all of the activities on the day will be entered into a raffle to win £200 of Decathlon vouchers.

This year's event has a focus on accessibility as Decathlon is the official partner of the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Paris, with the majority of sports on offer on the day being Olympic or Paralympic sports.

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The clubs involved in hosting activities on the day include Basketball Paisley, Whitecraigs Rugby Club, Paisley Bears American Football, Pickleball Scotland, RSPB Scotland, Martin Perry Para Table Tennis, Kelburne Hockey Club, Paisley Barbell and Clyde Judo. 

Staff from Decathlon will also be taking part in a Triathlon challenge in-store from Glasgow to Paris to fundraise for Beatson Cancer Charity.

Customers can participate in helping Decathlon staff complete their challenge by joining in and trying to win a £25 gift voucher for the furthest distance completed in one minute by either cycling, running, or rowing.

Beatson Cancer Charity fundraisers and volunteers will be there on the day with the Beatson Bus to raise awareness about the services offered and upcoming fundraising events and challenges to take part in. 

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Children are also invited onto the bus to have a shot in the driver's seat, as well as join in with lots of fun games in aid of the charity on the day too. 

Remo's Gelato ice cream vans will be at the event and will donate a percentage of each sale to Beatson Cancer Charity. 

Ryan Wood, store manager at Decathlon Braehead, said: "The day brings together several of our partners from our key areas of sport, wellbeing, charity and sustainability. 

"We are proud to support Beatson Cancer Charity for the second year in a row. Decathlon Braehead and Beatson Cancer Charity share the ethos of sport and exercise being key factors towards a healthy lifestyle and we are delighted to support the incredible work that the charity does to support many families within our community."

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Niall Gibson, community and challenges fundraiser at Beatson Cancer Charity, added: "We're delighted to have Decathlon supporting us again with another Fun Day. 

"The staff have been fantastic supporters of the charity by taking part in our flagship event, Off the Beatson Track, and completing the Glasgow Kiltwalk for our charity – not to mention the Glasgow to Paris triathlon taking place in store on the day!"