Theatre and judo activities planned for holiday club at The Campus

PUBLISHED: 17:00 09 August 2017

Creative Kids theatre company activities.

Creative Kids theatre company activities.

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A holiday club has returned to Locking Castle, where children have been dressing up to take part in theatre activities.

Locking Castle Kids holiday club.Locking Castle Kids holiday club.

The sessions have taken place at The Campus, in Highlands Lane, where youngsters have been joining in with football, drama workshops and the Castle Kids Club.

The Olympic sport judo will also be on offer this summer, with a session taking place on Monday from 9.30-11am.

The football fun days are run in partnership with Weston Seagulls, and give an insight into what it is like to be a professional footballer.

The Summer Reading Challenge is also taking place at The Campus’ library.

There are still spaces for some of the activities, which run throughout the summer at various times.

People can book places by visiting www.the-campus.org.uk

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