School holidays used to be about getting outside, building dens, playing games or enjoying some arty projects.
If you want to get the kids away from the gadgets and enjoying a wider range of experiences this Easter, YMCA Trinity Group and Sacrewell Farm have the answer.
Together they’re running a unique countryside Holiday Club for children aged 9-12 years of age.
The Holiday Club promises to be a rural experience with a variety of farm-based activities including den building, bush craft, lambing experiences and mini beast hunting along with the perfect blend of arts, crafts and sporting activities.
The Holiday Club runs for two weeks, starting on Monday April 8 right through to Thursday April 18, from 8am – 6pm each day.
Jonathan Martin, Chief Executive of YMCA Trinity Group commented: “We’re delighted to be partnering with Sacrewell Farm this Easter. Learning about the outside world is so important for our young people, and Sacrewell presents the perfect place for this kind of learning – especially since we’re well into lambing season!
“If you’re still looking for childcare during the Easter holidays, our Holiday Club promises to be full of adventure, teamwork and fun at the farm!”
Limited spaces are still available, and prices start at just £16 for half a day or £28.50 for a full day. To sign up to the YMCA Holiday Club, call 01473 252456 or email email@example.com.
For more information, please visit: www.ymcatrinitygroup.org.uk