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Welcome to Adventure Camps, where activity holidays mean exploration, fun, and lifelong memories. Our camps offer exceptional experiences and activities for kids to have a blast, make friends, and develop new skills. Not only do we run Summer Camps, but you will also find us running every holiday. With programs tailored to diverse interests and abilities, we cater to every child. From sports like soccer and basketball to performing arts like dance and drama, we have experienced coaches and instructors who help children excel while having a great time. For nature lovers, our adventure activities like hiking, rock climbing, and camping foster skills, resilience, and a love for the outdoors. Join Adventure Camps for an unforgettable holiday of discovery and friendship.


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What to bring:

A packed lunch: Note that our camp is a nut-free zone.

Snacks for morning and afternoon breaks and a refillable water bottle, labeled with your child’s name.

A swimming kit and a towel: Bring these on the first day (Check your venue for swimming facilities. Not required for Christmas camps).

Appropriate clothing for both indoor and outdoor activities to accommodate varying weather conditions.

Hat and/or suncream: Please ensure your child has suncream applied before coming to camp.

A pack of tissues: To promote hygiene with the ‘Catch it, Kill it, Bin it’ initiative.

What Not to Bring:

Mobile phones: Use of these is not permitted. If a child does bring a phone, it must stay in their bag.

Equipment: We’ve got plenty!

Money and valuables: This includes non-essential jewelry.

Our multi-activity programmes are suitable for children who have had their 5th birthday by the time they attend. We have programmes suitable for children up to 17 years.

(Selected venues run Mini Multi Activity programmes for 3 and 4 year olds)

See our programme pages for more details

Booking is easy! You can book online through our United Education website here. Our friendly Customer Support Team will be more than happy to help you through your booking if you have any problems.

To keep your children safe and for your peace of mind, Adventure Camps do the following:

  • Each camp has a designated safeguarding lead and supporting deputy. These are staff members specially trained by external agencies to deal with safeguarding issues.
  • All our staff are trained in safeguarding and child protection and know to talk to their Designated Safeguarding lead if they have any worries about a child.
  • We will refer any worries about a particular child to the local safeguarding board, who will advise us on the best action to take.
  • We also encourage parents to discuss matters concerning their children with a team member to help us carry out our duties effectively.

Due to late bookings, weather conditions and changing numbers of children on camp, timetables are confirmed a week beforehand however please note that these will not be published on our website.

If you would like to view an overview of the timetable and activities running that week please see our calendar.

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