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Exciting activities for Herefordshire children receiving benefits related free school meals this Easter

‘Here for Herefordshire Holidays’

Exciting activities for Herefordshire children receiving benefits related free school meals this Easter

If you are a parent or carer of a school aged child 5 to 16 years old (Reception to year 11) who is eligible for benefits-related free school meals,

You can book up to 16 hours of free activities throughout the Easter holidays. The programme is running from Sat 23rd March to Friday 5th April 2024.

 

This Easter we have a huge range of activities to take part in; Flip Out, trampoline, outdoor activities, farm visit, football, cooking, swimming, biking, circus skills, climbing, racket games, gym, aerial workshops, forest school, dance, boxing, craft and so much more. Your child will also receive a free nutritious meal during each session. Some providers are able to offer provision for children with SEND or additional needs.

 

Eligible families can book their places through the holiday activities page on the Talk Community website from Monday 4th March 2024:

Here for Herefordshire Holidays Programme - Talk Community Directory

 

Places are limited and will be allocated on a ‘first come first served’ basis.

We understand children aren’t always able to attend booked activities, however, We would kindly request that children are cancelled off the session via the booking system to enable others to attend.

 

The activities are only available to children who are eligible for benefits-related free school meals and checks will be made to ensure that children meet this criteria.

 

If you have a question about the ‘Here for Herefordshire Holidays’ Programme, please contact the team:

HAF@herefordshire.gov.uk

 

 

The Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) Programme has been funded nationally by the Department for Education.