One of Gloucestershire’s best-loved summer camps has launched two new locations

Still wondering how you can keep the kids occupied during the summer holiday? Alongside Cheltenham and Gloucester, Camp 4-2-11 is now offering two new camps for little ones in the county, running from July and through August 2022.

The countdown to the summer holidays has officially begun and there’s not long left to go to get the last remaining spaces at one of Gloucestershire’s most popular summer holiday camps, Camp 4-2-11 – which has expanded to include two new county locations.

Rated Ofsted ‘outstanding’, the family-run camp offers plenty of excitement and action-packed adventures from Monday 25 July to Friday 19 August 2022, suitable for children aged three to 14 at four locations across the county, including St Edward’s School in Cheltenham; Dinglewell School in Gloucester; The Cotswold School in Bourton-on-the-Water; and most recently launched, Beaudesert Park School in Stroud.

Brand-new for this year, the Beaudesert Park School will be offering two camps beginning on Monday 1 until Friday 19 August 2022. Camp one is ideal for kids aged three to six and will be looked after by a qualified team who specialise in early year childcare; whereas camp two has been developed for children aged seven to 14, incorporating activities more suitable and challenging to older kids.

Also recently launched, The Cotswold School holiday camp will be running from Monday 25 July until Friday 19 August 2022, with a great selection of workshops and activities for little ones to take part in this summer.

All four Camp 4-2-11 camps offer children a safe, active and entertaining environment, featuring a jam-packed schedule of activities such as dodgeball, baking, face painting, mindfulness, swimming, frisbee golf, mini-Olympics, themed arts and crafts, laser tag, climbing wall, science and magic workshops, archery, pedal cars, animal petting, kids yoga, inflatables and much more.

For more information, and to book your child’s place this summer, visit camp4211.co.uk.


By Zoe Gater


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Friday 17 June 2022

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