Crafts and creativity at Clevedon holiday club
- Credit: Archant
A Clevedon out-of-school club has been putting on a variety of activities to keep children entertained during the summer holidays.
St Nicholas Chantry Primary School’s out-of-school club, based in Highdale Avenue, hosted a LEGO workshop allowing youngsters to let their imaginations run wild and come up with their own creations.
Everything from boats and cars to farm yards was built by the children.
The club also hosted craft sessions and a trip to Clevedon Pier.
The out-of-school club will continue to run until September 1.
The club is also welcoming donations of unwanted toys, games or craft materials for its children to use.
For more information on the club, contact st.nics.ASC@hotmail.co.uk
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