Free Summer Play Scheme
When: Monday 3rd August 2020 -> Friday 28th August 2020 - 10:30am to 1.30pm
Where: Baileys Court Activity Centre, Baileys Court Road, Bradley Stoke, BS3 8BH
Four Towns Play Association is pleased to announce that its free summer holiday play scheme for children aged 5 – 11 will be running this year from Monday 3rd August until Friday 28th August.
SOLD OUT— keep an eye on the Four Towns Play Association Facebook page for details of cancellations
Sessions will run from 10:30am to 1.30pm. A packed lunch will be provided for children along with water and snacks.
This year you will need to book your child’s place in advance due to precautions around Covid-19 and to enable us to ensure we have sufficient food and refreshments on site. We will only have 18 spaces per location, per day. Children will be in 3 ‘bubbles’, each bubble will have 6 children maximum. Children will have to stay in the ‘bubble’ throughout the session.
We have a lot of preventative measures in place for Covid-19 such as regular hand washing, access to alcohol gel, strict cleaning regimes and comprehensive risk assessments.
The Scheme provides a safe and fun environment for children to enjoy a range of activities including arts, crafts, sports and games. The aim of the Play Scheme is to ensure children have fun over the summer and also to provide a break for parents. It is designed to support children in the local area to play and learn in the presence of others in a safe and child-friendly environment.
For further information, please contact Barbara Ball on 07973781616 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
To book a place, please book via Eventbrite
If you are unable to access the internet, please call Barbara Ball on the number above to book your place.
Please note that there are limited spaces per day, per location. If you book and do not attend, we reserve the right to cancel future sessions you have booked.
Please ensure that your child does NOT attend if you, your child or anyone in your household have any symptoms of Covid-19.