Holiday Club July 24th-28th 2017
What is it?
Holiday Club is an annual adventure packed full of stories, songs, drama, messy challenges, quizzes, games, craft and prayers and quieter times too! It is run by Christians from the local churches. Tim & Rachel will be our presenters for the week as embark on an adventure in the high mountains to ?nd out who Jesus said he was and what he came to do.
For more information visit the website: www.histonholidayclub.org.uk
Holiday Club this year is working together with Mad-Hatters (www.mad-hatters.org), who are offering afternoon care for your children. Holiday Club leaders will be responsible for taking your child there on the days required. (Please ensure you indicate this on the form) Mad-Hatters will be open until 6.00pm from Monday–Thursday.
Registration begins at 9:45am and we finish at 12:30pm.
Where does it happen?
It is held at Histon Baptist Church
Who can come?
Children, who are currently at Infant or Junior school. We hope to be able to cater for children with most special needs. Please pre-arrange this with us.
How can I sign my children up?
You can do this online by following this link or you can complete both sides of the consent form if you wish your child/ ren to attend and pass to Eileen Milner, 10 New School Road, T. 234258 or hand in at playground collection points on week of July 10th. Please return your form in ASAP to help us with our planning. We cannot guarantee to place your child with their friends if you sign up after 16th July.
For Mad Hatters, you also need to register for a place by emailing Sue Fisher (email). Or call 07729120250. The cost for afternoon care at Mad-Hatters will be £15 per session if booked before 30th June or £17 after this date and they need to be registered by 14th July.
Do I have to pay?
We don't charge for Holiday Club, but we welcome donations to help with the running costs. A suggested donation would be £15 per first child, then £10 for other children in the same family. Cheques can be made payable to ‘Histon & Impington Council of Churches’
What do I bring?
Children should bring a hat in hot weather and wear sun-cream, etc. for outdoor games.
Refreshments: a drink and a biscuit will be provided mid-morning and we finish in time for the children to go home for lunch.
Clothing: no special clothes are required, but please bear in mind that activities involve sport and craft.
Health: the Red Cross will be on hand to attend to first-aid needs. If your child needs to take any medication during the sessions, we will require written permission for a qualified Red Cross person on site to administer this.
And what about the celebration?
To celebrate the end of Holiday Club, parents and friends are invited to our Celebration in the Baptist Church on Friday 31st July at 5.30 pm to find out what we've been doing during the week and afterwards to share bacon butties, drinks and ice cream.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact Eileen Milner on 234258 or email email@example.com, Gill Day 720 733, (email), or Tim Blake on 07905 321 901 (email)
We look forward to welcoming your child/ren to Mountain Mayhem