Broadland’s school holiday Tots2Teen scheme celebrates 25th anniversary
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A school holiday scheme is celebrating its 25th anniversary this summer.
Broadland District Council's Tots2Teens programme, which was launched in 1992, provides various activities for young people during the summer holidays.
Over the years they have had the opportunity to take part in everything from performances at Norwich Playhouse, celebrations for the 2012 London Olympics and an archaeological dig a Roman site in Aylsham.
New activities for this year include a mosaics and floristry workshop, a visit to Norwich Castle Museum and a special Great Train Robbery day, in addition to the popular 'fun zones' which include cookery, art and sports sessions.
Tots2Teens sessions run every weekday in the summer holidays until Tuesday, September 5 and are open to children aged five and over, who live or go to school in Broadland.
Visit www.broadland.gov.uk/t2t or call 01603 430525.
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