There’s lots of fun to be had this half-term by signing your child up for Power-Up Kids Activity Camps at Loddon Valley Leisure Centre.
Formerly known as Wokingham Active Kids, the camps are for all children in Wokingham Borough aged five to 12 and will run from Monday 30 May to Wednesday 1 June.
Children can take part in a wide range of sports from £25 a day, including football, basketball, tennis, cricket, hockey and trampolining. There will also be soft play, martial arts, athletics, dance, pool fun and children’s yoga.
Graham Ebers, deputy chief executive and director of resources and assets, said: “It won’t be long before the half-term arrives and booking your children into these activity camps is a great way to keep them entertained and active, while also giving them a chance to make new friends and learn new skills.
“Our camps provide good leisure facilities to complement our young residents’ active lifestyles, supporting them to lead happy, healthy lives.”
There is a ten per cent discount if you book using the code “MAY10” until Friday 20 May. If you book a date in May/June, as well as for the summer camps, you will receive 15 per cent off using the code “SUMMER15” when you checkout up until Wednesday 1 June.
Power-Up Kids Activity Camps are running from Monday 8 August to Friday 2 September at the Carnival Hub at Wokingham Leisure Centre, and from Monday 25 July to Friday 2 September at Loddon Valley Leisure Centre.
To book your child’s place, register or login to the council’s booking website.
For more information, please contact the sport and leisure team by emailing email@example.com or call (0118) 974 3728.
Power-Up Kids Activity Camps is a separate scheme (paid by parents) to the government-funded Holiday, Activities and Food Programme (HAF). The HAF Programme is for children in receipt of benefit related free school meals. HAF offers free activities and healthy meals during the Easter, summer and Christmas school holidays. For more information about this programme, visit the council’s HAF webpage.
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