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This half term, we're bringing our holiday club — to you at home!

While we can't meet in person, we want to make sure that we can still meet together and share the fun and games we usually experience in our holiday clubs. That's why on Wednesday 28 October we're bringing to you our light themed holiday club — virtually! One day — A week full of activities!

From 10am and every hour until 3pm we'll be sharing with you on zoom hourly activities — songs, games, stories and crafts — everything you can do on your own at home.

Sign up to join us before 21 October and you'll get a FREE activity pack. In it is everything you need to join in the day — craft supplies, joining instructions and your timetable so you don't miss out on anything ... oh and a little treat or two...

Sign up by emailing l.stammers@hotmail.co.uk with your name, postal address, email, any allergies, and how many people in your household will be joining in!
We look forward to seeing you then!

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