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Partents looking to fill their children's summer holidays with creativity, adventure and excitement are invited to find out more about Silver Kidz Camps.
From making slime to running through obstacle courses, the camps are guaranteed to crest a summer of fun for children aged five to 12 years old.
Families can meet the fully trained team and enjoy fun activities as well as find out more about the camps during the open day at Roding Valley High School, Alderton Hill, Loughton.
The open day session takes place on Saturday, June 23 from 12pm to 4pm and is free to attend - no booking is required.
Josh Silver, co-founder of Silver Kidz Camps, said: "This camp is about bringing experiences that engage, educate and, most importantly, entertain the children. "
"I wanted to create a safe place for children that I wish I had as a child growing up. With so few safe, open spaces for children, the Silver Kidz Camp offers parents a place where they can trust their children will have fun as well as learn new skills. The camps take place at Roding Valley High School during the Easter, May half term and Summer holidays. Camps take place during all school holidays, excluding Christmas Children will be able to enjoy a whole host of fun activities which can include anything from The Great Silver Bake Off and rock climbing to quad biking and carnival games. A full timetable will be released at least one week before the start of the camp."
"It is an added bonus that kids go home from camp exhausted and ready for bed," Josh added.
Sessions run from 8.30am to 5pm (extended hours are available) and parents can choose how many days their children attend. Silver Kidz Camp staff are fully trained and experienced with running activities for children. Childcare vouchers accepted.
If you are unable to visit the open day and want more information about the summer camps, call 0800 689 4715, email
firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.silverkidzcamps.co.uk
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