Wondering what to do with the kids over the summer holidays? Take a look at our Top 10 Tips for some ideas.
Tennis for Free (TFF): The TFF Sessions, run at participating parks, welcome all members of the local community. The sessions are family oriented meaning that there's something for everyone and the sessions are split into sub groups to accommodate the differing standards. https://www.tennisforfree.com/TFF-Session.html
Free Swim Safe sessions: This summer, Swim Safe offers FREE outdoor swimming and water safety sessions for children aged 7-14. Public and school sessions are in 20 coastal and inland locations across the UK. Book a session near you.https://swimsafe.org.uk
National Citizen Service: If you're 15 to 17 years-old, this is your chance to embark on exhilarating challenges, make your mark and build skills for work and life. More than 275,000 young people have already said YES to NCS. Don't. Miss. Out. http://www.ncsyes.co.uk/what-is-ncs
Get Reading: The Summer Reading Challenge gets three quarters of a million children into libraries to keep up their reading skills and confidence during the long holidays while Chatterbooks reading groups help build a lifelong reading habit. Because everything changes when we read. https://readingagency.org.uk/children/
Geocaching: If you've got a GPS device, try geocaching! It’s a great way to educate the whole family about your local area and beyond, and have fun searching for goodies. https://www.geocaching.com/play
Camp out and star gaze - Rent a yurt http://www.sunsetyurts.com for your childrens' sleepover. Safe in the knowledge that they are warm and dry, breathing in the fresh air, gazing at the stars through the yurt crown and waking up to the sound of birdsong.