With the cost of living crisis affecting many local people, and our new Ukrainian residents working and needing childcare, Bradford on Avon Town Council is offering some subsidised children’s activities over the school summer holidays.

BoA Youth will run the Summer Club which will run on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings from Tuesday, 26 July until Wednesday, 31 August 2022 (8.30am – 12pm).

The sessions, covering a number of fun and exciting activities, will cost £5 per child, per session.

Please call 01225 864240 for information on availability for each day. 

Tuesday sessions at the Youth & Community Centre:

Clay figure making (26 July)

Clay figure painting (2 August)

Milkshake and smoothie making (9 August)

Outdoor team challenge (16 August)

BoA sports day event (30 August)

Wednesday sessions at St Margaret’s Hall:

Shrinky and keychain making (27 July)

Joe Wicks fitness (3 August)

Outdoor insect adventure (10 August)

Design plant pot and plant a seed (24 August)

Team board games (31 August)

To apply for a space, please fill in the registration form HERE and email the completed form to office@bradforonavontowncouncil.gov.uk to confirm your space booking.  Please note that places are limited.

If you wish to check availability before completing the form, please call 01225 864240 or email office@bradforonavontowncouncil.gov.uk

Payment Details: payments should be made to Bradford on Avon Town Council in advance of any session.

Bradford on Avon Town Council
Sort code: 309875
Account no: 01236757
Reference: Summer Club and the child’s name if possible

BoA Youth Summer Club rules

By becoming a member of the youth club your child agrees to observe the following rules:

They will show respect to the Youth Club (i.e. not damaging equipment/ building or grounds).

They will show respect for others by not fighting or bullying, not using abusive language, and by being welcoming to all members.

Above all, I will respect myself by being positive about my ability and supporting others, so everyone enjoys, achieves, and thrives during their time spent at the Youth Club.

Young people will be given two chances by members of staff and on the third warning they will be asked to leave the premises and parents will be contacted.

They may also receive a ban depending on the severity of the behaviour.