Congresbury Youth Partnership set for exciting summer

PUBLISHED: 17:00 09 July 2017

Youth leaders Michelle Davis and film producers Harry Dempster, Ben Peters and actress Chloe Hawkins with youngsters holding copies of their film 'Are You FoReal'.

Youth leaders Michelle Davis and film producers Harry Dempster, Ben Peters and actress Chloe Hawkins with youngsters holding copies of their film 'Are You FoReal'.

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A village holiday club is planning an exciting schedule of summer holiday activities to keep children entertained during the school break.

Congresbury Youth Partnership (CYP) will hold a range of creative and physical activities from July 25 to August 10, offering children the chance to learn some new skills.

CYP, based in Kent Road, will host cooking and crafting sessions, and outdoor activities including a walk to Wrington and a session with Mendip Outdoor Pursuits.

The youth club will also run paddle-boarding excursions, plus a trip to Bristol Zoo on August 10.

Sessions cost £15-20, and can be booked by emailing Sarah Storey on sarah@congsyp.org.uk

CYP is run by volunteers, and is looking for more help; those interested in lending a hand should enquire by email.

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