The Campus to host activities for children during Easter break

PUBLISHED: 10:00 13 March 2018

Creative Kids theatre company activities.

Creative Kids theatre company activities.


Theatre workshops, football fun days and a school holiday club will be on offer for children in Locking Castle during the Easter break.

The football fun days are run in partnership with Weston Seagulls and provide an insight into what it takes to be a professional sports player.

The sessions will be available for children aged five to 12 at The Campus, in Highlands Lane, from March 26-29 and April 3-6 from 9am-3pm.

Sessions will cost £14 a child per day.

Budding stars of stage and screen can also get some coaching from theatre professionals during the Creative Kidz Theatre Workshops on March 27 and 28.

The sessions are aimed for children aged six to 13, and cost £13 a day.

The Castle Kids Club will run throughout the Easter school holidays, from 8am-6pm.

Activities must be booked and paid for in advance,

To book a spot, log on to The Campus’ web site at or alternatively call the centre on 01934 427427.

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