Dust off those shades and don’t forget the sunscreen as we’re getting ready with a variety of exciting activities for families to enjoy this summer.
All part of Cheltenham Borough Council’s No Child Left Behind ‘Summer of Play’, we’re joining forces with local partners to make sure children are able to have lots of fun during the school holidays.
Not only are these events free, but there will also be free food available too. Read more here.
Why not join us for some fun in the sun?:
We’ll be running the following sessions alongside local partners:
Football with CTFC for 8-12 year olds:
- Tuesdays 9 and 16 August
12-2pm at Saracens FC – The Big Local Stadium
- Thursdays 4,11 and 18 August
12-2pm at Clyde Crescent Park (next entrance to Oakley Community Resource Centre)
To sign up for football sessions visit: CTFC Football sessions in partnership with Cheltenham Borough Homes - Summer 2022 (office.com)
Spray paint and street dance with Art Shape:
- Monday 8 August
10:30am – 2:30pm at Oakley Community Resource Centre, Clyde Crescent, Oakley, Cheltenham
Make a movie with stop frame animation with Art Shape:
- Monday 15 August
10:30 – 2:30pm at Oakley Resource Centre, Clyde Crescent, Oakley, Cheltenham
Sports and games with Move More:
- Monday 22 August
10:30am – 2:30pm at Oakley Resource Centre, Clyde Crescent, Oakley, Cheltenham
Alongside Cheltenham Town Football Club (CTFC), Art Shape and Move More, other partners we're working closely with to deliver these exciting activities over the summer include Inspire to Aspire, Milk and More, Music Works, Adult Education in Gloucestershire and G-Cafe (Springbank Community Group).
If you would like to secure a place at any of the events mentioned above (excluding the football sessions) please visit Oakley Summer of Play activities 2022 registration form - Cheltenham Borough Homes (office.com)
For more information on the events we are running email email@example.com
For a full list of activities taking place around Cheltenham visit: Home - No Child Left Behind (nclbcheltenham.org.uk)