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Kexborough Holiday Club 2014
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We have had a super day at Holiday Club today learning stories about creation.

The children joined in with making a big collage for each day God created, lots of fun was had by all.

We all had a picnic lunch which was lots of fun and had a sports day afternoon with hula hoops and water games.

The parents came back at the end for a short service to see what their children had been up to all day.

Lots of good feedback from the leaders saying what a good day it was and that they enjoyed themselves too which is always good.

Many thanks
Amy Marsh
Circuit Worker with Young People

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