Here’s how to book your place for children’s Easter activities in Wyre, including kayaking, forestry school and archery

Following the success of the Summer Holidays and Christmas Clubs last year, Wyre Council has opened bookings for a free Easter activity program for children on benefit-linked free school meals.

Local holiday clubs are part of the government’s Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) scheme, set up to provide children and young people with fun activities to do with friends, the chance to develop new skills and enjoy a lunch healthy during the holidays.

A range of clubs across Wyre will operate from April 4-14 and will be free to eligible primary and secondary school children.

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Lots of activities planned for Easter in Wyre

Sessions include a variety of fun activities along with a nutritious meal each day. There’s plenty to do, including Easter egg hunts, arts and crafts, yoga and mindfulness, forest school, slime making, swimming, dodgeball, rounders, archery and kayaking!

Councilor Lynne Bowen, portfolio holder for leisure, health and community engagement at Wyre Council, comments: “Last year it was great to see so many local children accessing our activity clubs and holiday catering, so we’re really excited to be offering them again this Easter.

“We have clubs throughout the borough and the program is more varied than ever. If you’re eligible, be sure to reserve your seats and make the most of the brilliant clubs on offer.

Paid places are available on certain sessions for children who are not eligible for free places. Parents wishing to make a reservation will need to obtain a reservation code from their child’s school.

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