Panicking about what to do now the long summer break has begun? We’ve got your back.
Hull’s Healthy Holidays programme started on Monday with hundreds of free activities.
- For all ages, from pre-school to teens
- Taking place in all areas of the city
- Open to everyone
- Nutritious lunch/snacks provided.
Healthy Holidays takes place in Hull every year, and thousands of children and young people take part. Activities are not limited to sport and include dance, performances, fun days, crafts and more.
Visit the new Healthy Holidays website to easily find and book activities near you.
Just some of the activities you can choose are:
- Circus skills
- Wild animal story time picnic at East Park’s animal education centre
- Disco dive swimming sessions
- Dedicated SEND sessions, including rock climbing, dance, swimming and more
- Street dance
- Beach-themed fun days.
Cllr Hester Bridges, Deputy Leader and Chair of Hull Health and Wellbeing Board said: “Summer holidays are a wonderful and well-deserved break for children and young people. We know for their parents and carers, it can be worrying finding activities and affording them.
“The Healthy Holidays programme is varied, free, fun and even includes healthy food. Wherever you are in Hull, there are activities in your area and there really is something for everyone. There’s lots of sport on offer, but there is also so much more than that.
“Parents, carers, older children and young people can all use the dedicated Healthy Holidays to find and book something that suits them.
“There is more on offer this year than ever before. After 18 months of lockdown, home school and social isolation, we want children and young people in the city to have as much fun as possible. And we want to ease some of the worry for parents and guardians over entertaining their families”.
Visit: https://www.healthyholidayshull.org/ or check the Healthy Holidays booklet delivered through schools for details and booking.