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24 Mar 2021

Easter Holiday Club for Sherford children

Free places are available for eligible children at an exciting new Easter holiday club at Sherford. Held in the Country Park, activities will include forest school sessions, games, crafts and outdoor fun! 

It will be organised and run by Dartmoor Community Kitchen Hub as part of a pilot project on supporting positive physical and mental health, and tackling holiday hunger - a hot lunch will be provided.

Places are fully funded by Devon County Council and are restricted to families living on the South Hams side of Sherford with primary school aged children who are either in receipt of free school meals, or have children with SEND, EHCP, are receiving Early Help, or have looked after children.

The dates are 7th,8th and 9th and 14th, 15th and 16th April, and the club will run from 10 am until 1pm.

So that children who not eligible for the club don't miss out on the fun, Easter Holiday Activity Packs - funded by the Sherford Community Trust - will be available to anyone in Sherford whose children would like them.

For more information, please email:

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