Find all the cracking Easter events in SoGlos’s handy guide including easter camp. Here’s how you can have an egg-cellent Easter in Gloucestershire.
Camp 4-2-11’s Easter camps are being held in Cheltenham and Gloucester and run across both weeks of the Easter school holidays – with the first week commencing on Tuesday 6 April 2021 and the second week commencing from Monday 12 April 2021.
There are two Camp 4-2-11’s camps available during the Easter school holiday: camp one is for little ones aged three to six; while camp two is for children aged seven to 14, with both camps incorporating activities suitable for each age group.
Rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted, as well as providing safe childcare, the jam-packed timetables vary day-by-day and include swimming, arts and craft, drama, music, games, quests, archery, baking and more…
If you already have plans for Easter, booking has already opened for Camp 4-2-11’s other camps including May half term and the summer holidays, with October half term and Christmas dates set to be announced soon, if you’re feeling particularly organised!
Camp 4-2-11’s Easter holiday camps are taking place at both St Edward’s Senior School in Cheltenham and Dinglewell Junior School in Gloucester, with the first starting week commencing Tuesday 6 April 2021.
Camp 4-2-11’s camps run from 9am until 4pm, with the option to add extra time from 8am until 5pm. Prices start from £25 per day.
For more information, visit camp4211.co.uk.
Wednesday 03 March 2021
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