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Popular children's camps return on Monday

23 October 2016

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Enjoy half term fun at our Soccer and Activity Camps!

Held over two sites at Ewood Park, our simultaneous activity programmes in the Blackburn Rovers Indoor Centre and Darwen End classroom and dance facilities are returning from Monday 24th to Friday 28th October*, taking the burden of holiday entertainment off parents and guaranteeing fun for every child.
Hot on the heels of our most successful summer camps ever, the Blackburn Rovers Community Trust team will be offering a football-driven Soccer and Sports Camp at the BRIC for those who want to run round and let off steam, or an Activity Camp led by drama, dance and art in the Darwen End for youngsters with a creative and inquisitive mind. Maybe your child would enjoy a mixture of both exciting opportunities? Just mark the combination of days on our application form, which can be downloaded here.
Our low rates are a winner in anyone's pocket. At just £12 per day or £49 per week (equivalent to gaining roughly one day free), we offer value that's hard to match anywhere in our area, especially considering the 9am to 4.30pm daily schedule, which works well for working parents or guardians.
We offer drop-off facilities from 8.30am and you are welcome to collect your child at any time during the day to suit your schedule, though we kindly ask that you let us know when dropping your child off if you intend to arrive before the 4.30pm closure.
You can find out more about the two camps by taking a look at our leaflet here, or you have a choice between calling 01254 508256 or emailing if you have any questions or bookings to place.
With the potential for special guest appearances from first team players too, you really can’t afford to let your child miss this great week of fun!
* We are aware that schools in our area have split their half term dates this autumn, with some schools closing on a different week. We are only able to run our camps for one week (coinciding with Blackburn with Darwen Council's advised half term week) due to the number of academic institutions that have placed a booking to use our facilities or staff time on all other weeks surrounding this time. We are sorry if any regular participants cannot attend on this occasion, but hope that you can join us again for our Christmas camps which will begin in December.

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