5 children’s activity camps this Easter in North Somerset
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Looking for something to keep the kids occupied during the Easter Holidays? There are a whole host of school holiday activities in North Somerset and the surrounding area.
There are plenty of activities in North Somerset to keep kids entertained over the Easter Holiday - ranging from week-long activity camps to day events where your children can learn a variety of new skills including crafts, drama, and sports. Here we have selected 5 of the best Easter activities for children in and around North Somerset.
Professional Sports Coaching
Pro-coaching.co.uk are offering kids the chance to learn some new sporting skills, with professional coaches at Sidcot School, Winscome, North Somerset. Various dates are available throughout the Easter break, between 30th March and 10th April, and classes cater for children aged 5-14. The Easter classes for kids include Tennis, Cricket, Dodgeball and Basketball and prices start at £18 per day. There is also the option for early drop-off and late pick-up for parents who are busy at work.
The Playport, Portishead
Come down to the Playport in Portishead this Easter to let your kids burn off excess energy in the soft play area. There is also a relaxation space for the adults, with a cafe and wifi facilities. The centre is open throughout the Easter holidays, except Easter Sunday, and costs £4.20 for children under 4, or £6.25 for aged 4+. There are also classes on offer at the Playport, including Splat Messy Play for babies and toddlers, and Bond Lingua language classes for children.
Puxton Park, Hewish
Puxton Park is hosting a range of Kids activities this Easter, including the Easter Extravaganza event which runs from the 27th March until 12th April. The event includes Easter games and activities, the opportunity to meet Ruxton Rabbit, and the chance to win an egg. There will also be an Easter lunch held on Easter Sunday, priced at £5. This must be booked in advance. Other events include Falconry (28th-29th March) where children can discover birds of prey, and Lambing week (28th March – 4th April) where you can feed the newborn lambs, and possibly even see one being born.
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Party on the Pier – Weston Super Mare
If you’re looking for the ultimate end of term celebration, why not head to the Party on the Pier, at the Grand Pier, Weston Super Mare?Tickets are £5 in advance, or are available on the door for £7.50. This includes unlimited rides, live music, and DJs to get the party started. The event is strictly under 16s only, and is from 6:30-9:30pm on the 27th March.
Weston Super Mare Museum – The Broken Time Machine
Weston Museum are inviting kids under 16 to come along to their Easter event, entitled “The Broken Time Machine.” Meet some characters from Weston’s past, and help find the missing pieces of the broken time machine while exploring the museum galleries. The event is free, and children under 16 also get free entry to the museum, however they must be accompanied by an adult, who will have to pay admission. The event runs throughout the Easter holidays, from 31st March to 11th April, between 10:00 and 16:00.
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