South Norfolk children’s camps to return for Easter holidays

PUBLISHED: 14:46 27 March 2018 | UPDATED: 14:46 27 March 2018

South Norfolk Council Kid's Camp 2017. Picture provided by South Norfolk Council.

South Norfolk Council Kid's Camp 2017. Picture provided by South Norfolk Council.

South Norfolk Council

A children’s camp is returning for the Easter holidays.

South Norfolk Council’s Ofsted registered Kids Camps get young people involved in a whole range of activities and new challenges to keep them entertained over the two weeks.

Throughout the day there will often be two activities running at the same time, including roller skating, swimming, arts and crafts, trampolining, football and much more.

South Norfolk Council cabinet member Yvonne Bendle said: “Kids Camp is a great way to give young people an opportunity to try new things.

The activities suit all ages and all abilities – it’s just about having fun, learning new skills and spending time with friends.”

All of the activities are age appropriate and designed and instructed by trained staff who are dedicated to ensuring that the experience is both positive and challenging.

Children aged five to 15 can attend and enjoy a programme full of sports, games and craft activities.

Kids Camp is available at both Wymondham Leisure Centre and Long Stratton High School.

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