Grants for community groups available

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Could your community group use £5,000 to help improve the health and wellbeing of the districts residents? If yes, apply now for a grant for projects to improve facilities, such as equipment purchase, capital projects and new initiatives.

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Grants up to £5,000

Grants are available to

  • Local voluntary and community groups
  • Sports clubs
  • Arts and culture groups
  • Trusts
  • Social enterprises
  • Community interest groups

Who can apply?

Groups that apply must be

  • Charitable and/or non-profit making
  • Based, or active, in Epping Forest district
  • Provide services to meet key needs within the district
  • Non political
  • Can show clear aims and objectives and effective strategies for achieving these
  • Have considered alternative funding sources or put forward schemes as part of ‘match’ funding proposals
  • Are able to show a clear need for financial support
  • Have a bank or building account in the name of the applicant organisation

Make your application now

Councillor David Stallan, Chairman of Epping Forest District Council said: ”We really appreciate the work the voluntary and community sector does in the district. In tough economic times the need for groups to receive funding and support from the council goes up and I look forward to seeing how our grants are spent to help the lives of those in our community.”

“If your group is eligible and the grant will help the health and wellbeing of our residents, don’t delay and make your application now.”

Great opportunity

He continued “Our grants are a great opportunity to help others in our community”.

“The difference they have already made in the district is astounding and I look forward to seeing how the grants go on to help others in our community”.

“In tough economic times, the Council’s contribution can make all the difference. So if you or your organisation is eligible don’t delay and make an application today”.

Make an application

More information

For further information on Grant Aid

Celebration of grant aid success

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Recognising the valuable contribution the local community and voluntary sector does for the district was celebrated Friday 23 March at our grant aid celebration event.

Ongar In Bloom

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Diverse mix of groups

A diverse mix of groups helping a wide spectrum of people across the District has received grants in the last year enabling them to continue their much needed and valuable work.

Vital and much needed services

Epping Forest District Council Chairman Councillor David Stallan said: “It’s so encouraging to see such a wide variety of groups receive these vital grants. This year we have given over £83,000 in grants and it’s great to see the improvements they are making within our communities.”

“The voluntary and community sectors do so much so for our District and its important their much needed hard work is recognised.”

“If you know of any local or community groups that could use our grant aid schemes help, get in contact today.”

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Eggcellent Easter activities for the kids

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Epping Forest District Council have another 2 weeks of exciting activities planned for the kids this Easter 2018.

Firm favourites are back, including our multi-sports days, play in the park and play in the forest, alongside new activities in the form of creative workshops.

Book your child’s space online now!

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Multi Sports Days

Come and join our experienced coaches for a day of exciting activities

We believe there is an activity and a sport for everyone. At our multi sports days, young people can expect to get to try a mixture of traditional and non-traditional sports from tennis to American football – with some wacky games and competitions thrown in for good measure.

  • Monday 9 April to Friday 13 April 2018 – every day!
  • Leverton Junior School, Honey Lane, Waltham Abbey, EN9 3BE
  • 8.45am – 3.30pm
  • Suitable for ages 5 – 14
  • £16.50 per day
  • Book online

Play in the park

Play in the park is all about playing and having fun outside.

The Play in the Park team bring along a range of sports equipment and arts and crafts resources for young people to enjoy. The team also help organise activities and games, this activity is FREE to all those that show up!

The activities are being held at different times and locations around the district.

Tuesday 3 April 2018

  • Roding Valley Recreation Ground, Roding Road, IG9 6BJ – 1:30pm to 3:30pm

Wednesday 4 April 2018

  • Stonards Hill Recreation Ground, Stonards Hill, Epping, CM16 4QF – 1.30pm to 3.30pm

Thursday 5 April 2018

  • Town Mead Leisure Park, Brooker Road, Waltham Abbey, EN9 1JH – 10am to 12pm
  • Shelly Park, St Peters Avenue, Ongar, CM5 0BT – 1.30pm to 3.30pm

Friday 6 April 2018

  • Roding Valley Recreation Ground (near the tennis courts) Roding Road, IG10 3BS – 10am to 12pm

Monday 9 April 2018

  • Larsons Recreation Ground, Rochford Avenue, Waltham Abbey, EN9 1SE – 10am to 12pm

Tuesday 10 April 2018

  • Roding Valley Recreation Ground, Roding Road, IG9 6BJ – 10am to 12pm

 Wednesday 11 April 2018

  • Roydon playing fields, Occupation Lane, CM19 5HL – 1.30pm to 3.30pm

Thursday 12 April 2018

  • Larsons Recreation Ground, Rochford Avenue, Waltham Abbey, EN9 1SE – 10am to 12pm
  • Jubilee Park, Love Lane, Ongar, CM5 9BL – 1.30pm to 3.30pm

Friday 13 April 2018

  • Roding Valley Recreation Ground (near the tennis courts) Roding Road, IG10 3BS- 10am to 12pm

Play in the forest

Play in the forest is all about playing games and having fun in the forest!

Join us for this Easter and Spring themed activity for bug hunting, den building and live storytelling session as well as a host of other Easter activities.

  • Wednesday 4 and 11 April 2018
  • High Beach, opposite the Visitor’s Centre, Loughton, IG10 4AE
  • No need to book, drop by at any time between 10am – 12pm
  • Suitable for all ages
  • £3 per session
  • No need to book, just turn up

Make a stepping stone workshop

Come along to learn this new artistic skill!

Leave a lasting art impression in the Epping Community Garden that will be admired for many years to come.

  • Tuesday 3 April 2018
  • Communities training room, Epping Forest District Council, 25 Hemnall Street, Epping, CM16 4LU
  • 10am – 12pm
  • Suitable for ages 6 – 15
  • Cost £5.50
  • Book online

Learn to make wind chimes workshop

Learn the art of wind chime making using lots of different recyclable items.

Tin cans, bottles, bamboo canes all make amazing sounds when put together. Add a little sparkle to your garden to help you chill.

  • Tuesday 10 April 2018
  • Communities training room, Epping Forest District Council, 25 Hemnall Street, Epping, CM16 4LU
  • 10am – 12pm
  • Suitable for ages 6 – 15
  • Cost £5.50
  • Book online

Customise your own t-shirt workshop

Be bang on trend this Easter and learn how to create your very own fashion masterpiece.

Learn how to cut and embellish your t-shirt to make unique and individual designs. We will provide you with your own t-shirt and everything else you need to help you stand out from the crowd!

  • Tuesday 10 April 2018
  • Communities training room, Epping Forest District Council, 25 Hemnall Street, Epping, CM16 4LU
  • 6pm – 8pm
  • Suitable for ages 11 – 16
  • Cost £10
  • Book online

February 2018 half term holiday activities

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Keep your children entertained with our great range of activities over the February 2018 half term school holidays.

February 2018 half term activities

Book your tickets now so they don’t miss out

“Our holiday activities are a fun and affordable way to keep your children busy and healthy during the school holidays.” said Councillor Helen Kane, Leisure and Community Services Portfolio Holder.

“All our activities are run by friendly, fully qualified staff. Make sure you book your tickets now so they don’t miss out.”


How to paint … A Sense of Rural Life

  • Children’s workshop
  • Saturday 10 February 2018
  • Epping Forest District Museum, 39-41 Sun Street, Waltham Abbey EN9 1EL
  • Time 10.30am to 12.30pm
  • Ages 7+
  • Cost £10
  • Booking essential – Book online or call 01992 564226 (Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm)
  • Adult’s workshop
  • Saturday 10 February 2018
  • Epping Forest District Museum, 39-41 Sun Street, Waltham Abbey EN9 1EL
  • Time 2pm to 4pm
  • Ages 16+
  • Cost £10
  • Booking essential – Book online or call 01992 564226 (Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm)

Fields, trees, hay bales and horse; the Rural Naturalists painted them all … now it’s your turn!

In this artist led workshop, you will be painting in the style of the Naturalists. You will study the work of the great naturalist painters such as John Constable and the Newlyn School, and be inspired by Epping Forest District Museum’s ‘Rural Life’ exhibition.

These workshops keep creative learning light-hearted and fun and are very hands on!

Adults are welcome to attend with their children in the morning session or attend without children in the afternoon.


Long Nose Puppets presents … Penguin

  • Monday 12 February 2018
  • North Weald Village Hall, 40 High Road, North Weald Bassett CM16 6BU
  • Time 11.30am and 2.30pm
  • Ages 2 to 8
  • Cost £8
  • Booking required – Book online or call 01992 564226 (Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm)

Penguin is a spectacular theatre experience for all ages, especially 2 to 8 year olds!

Long Nose Puppets return to the district with their fantastic show; full of colour, surprises and lively songs that will have everyone singing along! Penguin is based on the award-winning book by Polly Dunbar, which this year, celebrates its 10th anniversary.

Duration is 45 minutes plus 15 minutes ‘meet the puppets’.


Epping Forest Multi Sports Days

  • Tuesday 13 February 2018
  • Leverton Junior School, Honey Lane, Waltham Abbey EN9 3BE
  • Time 9.15am to 3.30pm (Registration 8.45am to 9.15am, Collect 3.30pm to 4pm)
  • Ages 5 to 14
  • Cost £16
  • Book online or call 01992 564226 (Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm)
  • Thursday 15 February 2018
  • Epping Upper Clapton RFC, Thornwood, Epping CM16 6NL
  • Time 9.15am to 3.30pm (Registration 8.45am to 9.15am, Collect 3.30pm to 4pm)
  • Ages 5 to 14
  • Cost £16
  • Book online or call 01992 564226 (Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm)

Come and join our experienced coaches for a day of exciting activities.

We believe that there is a sport and activity for everyone. At our Multi Sports days, young people can expect to get to try a mixture of traditional and non traditional sports from Tennis to American Football with some wacky games and competitions thrown in for good measure.

Young people will need to dress appropriately for both indoor and outdoor sports, we would also advise a change of clothing in case of bad weather. Young people will also need a packed lunch, and plenty to drink (fruit juice or water please, no sports drinks). A healthy morning snack will be provided.


Go Wild Cake Decorating and Sugar Craft Workshop

  • Tuesday 13 February 2018
  • Communities Training Room, Epping Forest District Council, 25 Hemnall Street, Epping CM16 4LU
  • Time 10am to 12pm
  • Ages 6 to 15
  • Cost £5.50
  • Book online or call 01992 564226 (Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm)

Valentine’s Day inspired cake decorating and sugar craft workshop for children under 16.

Come along to this workshop learn how to decorate cakes using piping techniques. You can take home all the cakes you decorate for yourself or to share with your family and friends this Valentines Day.

You will learn icing techniques and develop new skills when making the Valentine edible decorations from sugar paste. All materials, food and drinks will be provided.


Make a lucky horseshoe

  • Tuesday 13 February 2018
  • Epping Forest District Museum, 39-41 Sun Street, Waltham Abbey EN9 1EL
  • Time 12 noon to 3pm
  • All ages
  • Cost £1.50
  • Drop in, no need to book drop in

Fun family art and craft activities for you to make together and take home. No need to book, just drop in and allow approximately 20 minutes for the activity.

Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult. We regret we cannot accommodate large groups or holiday clubs during these sessions. Please contact us to arrange a group session.


Play in the Forest

  • Wednesday 14 February 2018
  • High Beach opposite the Visitors’ Centre, Loughton IG10 4AE
  • Time 10am to 12pm
  • All ages
  • Cost £3
  • Drop by at any time, there is no need to book

Play in the Forest is all about playing games and having fun in the forest.

Join us for this Valentines themed activity where we will be making tissue paper flowers and bead necklaces. We will also have bug hunting, den building and a live story telling session. Why not bring along your favourite cuddly toy and dress it for the occasion! The best dressed toy will win a prize!

Please note: ‘Play in the Forest’ sessions are provided as play opportunities for children and not as child care. All children may come and go as they please. Staff are not obligated to prevent any children from leaving the sessions. Parents/Carers are free to stay and join in. Toilet facilities are located in the King’s Oak Car Park.


Tennis

  • Friday 16 February 2018
  • Roding Valley Recreation Ground, Tennis Courts, Roding Road, Loughton IG10 3BS
  • Time 10am to 11am
  • Ages 5 to 10
  • Cost £3
  • Booking essential – Book online or call 01992 564226 (Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm)

Epping Forest’s Tennis Activators sessions will give young people aged 5 to 10 years the chance to take part in fun engaging tennis activities & competitions.

Access a range of services over Christmas

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Our building may be closed from 5pm on Friday 22 December 2017 until 9am Tuesday 2 January 2018, but we are still providing a wide range of services by phone and online throughout the Christmas break.

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Contact us

Non emergency

You can report missed bin collections, noise complaints, fly tipping, fraud, abandoned vehicles online

Emergency

If you need to report an emergency, please contact us on the below details.

  • Call 01992 564199 for housing related emergencies (loss of power, blockages, uncontainable leaks, if you are locked out of your home)
  • Call 01992 564000 for all other emergency enquiries

Your call will connect to the Mears support desk which will be manned 24/7 until the offices reopen on Tuesday 2 January 2018.

Social media

We will be able to assist you through the council’s social media accounts on Twitter and Facebook from 9am until 9pm every day throughout the Christmas period.

Pay for it

You are able to pay your council tax, rent, business rates and leasehold charges via the online payment portal and by phone 24/7.

  • Pay online
  • Pay by phone 01992 564600
  • The Debden Broadway cash office will close at 4:30pm on Friday 22 December 2017 and reopen 9am on Tuesday 2 January 2018
  • The payment kiosks in the civic offices, Epping will close at 4:40pm on Friday 22 December 2017 and reopen at 9am on Tuesday 2 January 2018
  • The payment kiosk in Waltham Abbey library is subject to Waltham Abbey library opening hours

Benefit payments revised dates

2 scheduled Benefit payments will be made earlier than usual over the Christmas period.

  • Payments due on 25 December 2017 will be made on Friday 22 December 2017
  • Payments due on 1 January 2018 will be made on Wednesday 27 December 2017

Please remember that the period until the next payment will be slightly longer because it will revert to the original schedule.

Apply for it

Apply for planning permission, building regulations, council housing, licensing, jobs applications and more online. Applications made throughout this time will be processed when the offices reopen on Tuesday 2 January 2018.

Waste and recycling

Revised collections

  • Collections due Tuesday 26 December 2017 will be collected on Wednesday 27 December 2017
  • Collections due Wednesday 27 December 2017 will be collected on Thursday 28 December 2017
  • Collections due Thursday 28 December 2017 will be collected on Friday 29 December 2017
  • Collections due Friday 29 December 2017 will be collected on Saturday 30 December 2017

Your usual collection dates will resume on Tuesday 2 January 2018.

Recycling REAL Christmas trees

Leave your real Christmas trees with your food and garden waste throughout January 2018.

Remove the pot, all decorations and if over 6ft, cut in half to ensure safe collection. We are unable to recycle your fake Christmas trees, so please leave us real trees only!

Special collections

Our special collections service will close at 5pm on Friday 22 December 2017 and will resume at 9am on 2 January 2018.

Lost or found dogs

If you have lost or found a dog within the area, please contact us on the below number. Calls are monitored and handled by the Waltham Forest dog team.

  • Call 07815 512833

Car parks

Free weekend parking in December! All of our car parks are free on weekends throughout December and bank holidays.

Epping Forest District Museum

Epping Forest District Museum is closed from 4pm on Friday 22 December 2017 and reopens 10am on Tuesday 2 January 2018.

5K in grants given to voluntary and community groups

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5 local community and voluntary groups have been awarded £4,860 in grants to improve the social and physical wellbeing of the districts residents and are a great opportunity to help others in our community

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Grants awarded to

  • Loughton Broadway Town Partnership
    £1500 for defibrillator to be installed on Loughton Broadway for community use
  • Loughton High Road Town Centre Partnership
    £1000 for defibrillator to be installed on Loughton High Road for community use.
  • Ongar Town Football Club
    £235 for football equipment to support the members of the club and visitors.
  • Larsens Bowling Club
    £625 for bowling equipment to encourage young people to participate in the sport.
  • Roydon Playing Fields Management Association
    £1,540 to support their transporting service which supports older people.

Grants up to £5,000 available

Could your community group use funding to help the social and physical wellbeing of the districts residents?

If yes, apply now for a grant towards projects to improve facilities, equipment purchases, capital projects and new initiatives.

Grants up to £5,000 are available to

  • Local voluntary and community groups
  • Sports clubs
  • Arts and culture groups
  • Trusts
  • Friendly societies
  • Social enterprises
  • Community interest groups

Who can apply?

Groups that apply must

  • Operate on a charitable or non-profit making basis
  • Be based, or are active, in the Epping Forest district
  • Demonstrate true local independence
  • Offer services and facilities to all eligible local residents
  • Have no unfair restrictions on membership or participation
  • Be able to show a clear need for financial support
  • Have a bank or building account under the name of the applicant organisation

Make your application today

Councillor Helen Kane, Leisure and Community Services Portfolio Holder said: ”We really appreciate the hard work the voluntary and community sector does within the district.”

“In tough economic times the need for groups to receive funding and support is vital and it’s great to see how our grants can make a real difference to the residents of our community. If your group is eligible, don’t delay and make your application today.”

Make an application

  • Download an application form
  • Fill in an application
  • Attach your most recent bank statement, set of accounts, safeguarding policy and constitution
  • Submit the application to grantaid@eppingforestdc.gov.uk
  • Or by hard copy to Grant Aid Scheme, Epping Forest District Council, 25 Hemnall Street, Epping, CM16 4LU

More information

For further information on Grant Aid

12k in grants given to community groups

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6 local community and voluntary groups have been awarded £12,840 in grants helping the district’s social and physical wellbeing.

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Grants awarded

  • Hertfordshire Boat Rescue
    £830 for radio equipment for use by volunteers on rescue missions and events
  • Playground at Theydon Association (PAT)
    £5,000 contribution towards the refurbishment of the Theydon Bois playground
  • Fyfield Bridge Club
    £1,200 contribution towards the cost of new scoring equipment for the club
  • Ongar & Villages Voluntary Care
    £1,770 to support their transporting service which supports older people
  • Loughton Voluntary Care
    £1,540 to support their transporting service which supports older people
  • Fyfield Village Hall
    £5,000 contribution towards the refurbishment of the gentleman’s toilets and cloakroom

Keeping our communities thriving

Leisure and Community Services Portfolio Holder Councillor Helen Kane said: “Our grants go on to help such a wide variety of people throughout our community, giving our parents and children a social place to be active in new playgrounds, to giving our older resident’s opportunities to get out of the house and gain more independence with Loughton’s voluntary care community transport service.”

“I am proud that these grants are actively helping people in our district, giving much needed and valued services the boost they need to go on and keep our communities thriving. Can you think of a community group or voluntary service that could use a cash boost? Don’t delay, apply now.”

Apply for a £5k grant

If your community group could use up to £5,000 to help with your one-off project, initiative or even the further development of an existing scheme, apply now.

Find out if your group is eligible

Entertain the kids this October half term

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Theres no excuse for boredom over the October half term holidays! We have plenty of activities for your children to enjoy, from sports, games, play, to a spooky party!

October Half term

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Multi sports days

Come and join our experienced coaches for a day of exciting sporting activities!

  • Tuesday 24 October 2017 and Thursday 26 October 2017
  • Epping Upper Clapton RFC, Thornwood, Epping, CM16 6NL
  • 9:15am – 3:30pm
  • £16
  • Suitable for ages 5 – 14

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Play in the forest

Play in the forest is all about playing games and having fun in the forest. Enjoy bug hunting, shelter building, woodland arts and crafts!

  • Wednesday 25 October 2017
  • High Beach opposite the Visitor Centre, Loughton, IG10 4AE
  • 10am – 12pm
  • £3
  • Suitable for all ages

No need to book!

Go wild team, spooky party!

Make your very own spooky costume before taking part in our spook-tacular lunch party!

  • Thursday 26 October 2017
  • Communities training room, Epping Forest District Council, 25 Hemnall Street, Epping, CM16 4LU
  • 11am – 1pm
  • £5.50
  • Suitable for ages 6 – 11

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All materials and food provided.

Book now!

  • Book online
  • Phone 01992 564226 (Mon – Fri 10am – 4pm)

Whats on? Summer activities – Week 4

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Looking for summer holiday activity inspiration? Take a look at what we have in store for Monday 14 August to Friday 18 August 2017 of the summer holidays…

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Be a Textile Artist 

  • Monday 14 August 2017
  • 10:30am – 3:30pm
  • Epping Forest District Museum, 39 – 41 Sun Street, Waltham Abbey, EN9 1EL
  • £20 including materials

Suitable for ages 8+

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Tudor Family Fun: Jousting Horse

  • Tuesday 15 August 2017
  • 12pm – 3pm
  • Epping Forest District Museum, 39 – 41 Sun Street, Waltham Abbey, EN9 1EL
  • £1.50 including materials

Suitable for ages 5 – 13

No need to book, just drop in!

Little Storytellers

  • Wednesday 16 August 2017
  • 10am – 11:30am
  • North Weald Village Hall, North Weald, CM16 6BU
  • £6

Suitable for ages 4+

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Little Storytellers

  • Wednesday 16 August 2017
  • 2pm – 3:30am
  • The Limes Centre, Main Hall, Limes Avenue, Chigwell, IG7 5LP
  • £6

Suitable for ages 4+

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Be a Performance Poet!

  • Thursday 17 August 2017
  • 10:30am – 12:30pm
  • Epping Forest District Museum, 39 – 41 Sun Street, Waltham Abbey, EN9 1EL
  • £8 including materials

Suitable for ages 8+

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Go wild: Tray Garden

  • Thursday 17 August 2017
  • 2pm – 4pm
  • Epping Forest District Museum, 39 – 41 Sun Street, Waltham Abbey, EN9 1EL
  • £4.50

Suitable for ages 6-12

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Multi-sports, forest adventures and more…

We have also planned a wide range of sportplay and adventure days regularly, at multiple locations, throughout the 8 week holiday

  • Multi-sports days (book)
  • Forest adventures (book)
  • Play in the forest (no need to book)
  • Play in the park (no need to book)

Check the full brochure for locations, dates and times.

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Keep your kids entertained this summer

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Need ideas for kids activities this summer? Look no further and see what we have planned for the summer holidays.

Sport, art, adventure, play, music, gardening, textiles and more – whatever your children’s interests, we have something for everyone.

Summer activities 2017

Book now

Our activities run from Monday 24 July to Thursday 31 August 2017 for children of all ages, abilities and interests.

Don’t wait for our activities to sell out – book now and keep your kids entertained this summer.

or call our telephone booking line 01992 564226 during office hours.

What’s on?