It’s been a turbulent year for parents but now the summer holidays have arrived and with restrictions easing across the nation, there are a lot more activities throughout our city that families can get involved in.
We know that some events can go under the radar, which is why we have put together a list of summer holiday activities across the Liverpool City Region. Take a look below at all the things you and your children can get involved in this summer….
Granby Toxteth Development Trust – Holiday Food Club & Activities
The Granby Toxteth Development Trust are running a summer holiday food club and summer activities for families with children and young people aged 5 to 17. This is available in Picton, Princes Park and Riverside. Some of the activities include a day at the beach, water sports and football. Anyone looking to get involved can register here or call 0151 734 4925.
The Green House Project – Playdays
The Green House Project have a huge range of indoor and outdoor play and arts activities for 3-12-year-olds in the L8 area. The activities include games, arts and crafts, cookery and forest schooling and runs between 10 am-1:30 pm and 2 pm-5:30 pm during the summer holidays. If you want to get involved in this, you can contact Pam Sutton on 0151 726 8099 or email [email protected].
Al-Ghazali Centre – Haf Summer Programme
The Al-Ghazali Centre are running a Haf Summer Programme for children on free school meals starting from Monday 26th July 2021. There is the junior programme which is for boys and girls aged 6-12 which runs from a Monday to Thursday 11 am – 3 pm, then there is also the Senior Programme which is for boys only between the ages of 13-18 and this runs on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays from 5 pm-8 pm. The activities are designed to keep children and young people entertained and active with things like arts and crafts, yoga, healthy cooking and martial arts. To get involved you can email [email protected].
These are just 3 of the amazing projects in the Liverpool City Region this summer to engage children from local areas. Don’t forget, you can also book our playground space if you’re looking for somewhere to take your children this summer. If you give us a call on 0151 708 5515 or email [email protected] we can let you know the available spaces and get you booked in.
Let us know over on our forum if you have any other suggestions for community projects that families can get involved in this summer!
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