Summer holiday action Summer Holiday Action

Six weeks of summer holiday is a long time to fill for restless kids, especially if there’s a work schedule to factor in too! We’ve done our research, and whether it’s drama or dodgeball, indoors or out, there is no shortage of activities and entertainment that will keep your kids occupied all summer long. Read on to plan your family’s best summer yet!


CREATIVE CRAFTS Get creative in Windsor

Busy Buttons Creative Wellbeing Camp offers 3-14 year olds a creative, safe, fun, experiential and educational learning programme. With a focus on art, children are exposed to various aspects of selected themes exploring it with 3D, traditional and digital arts

using imaginative techniques and mediums, tutored by professional creative educators from the film and television industry. Educational day trips, team building and confidence boosting challenges, yoga, swimming, sports, nutrition, fitness and customised insights by professionals, give children a diverse, whole experience offered by a non-franchise in the heart of Windsor at Busy Buttons Design Centre from 15th July to 30th August, 8.30am-4pm (Extn hours 8am-6pm). Sibling & RBWM Advantage Card discounts available and more. T: 07952 418212 / 0800 101 8332 W:

The stage is yours this summer GOLF

Swing into summer with a different kind of golf adventure!

At Berkshire’s newest golf leisure facility, they provide you with six ways to play golf that will bring fun and smiles to the whole family - whether you want to improve your skills, start from scratch or simply have fun! From their modern range and attractive pitch and putt course that includes Big Hole Golf, to the growing trend of FootGolf, Adventure Mini Golf and TopTracer Range, what better way to spend your weekends, time off and precious family moments? T: 0118 979 5657 W:

DK Produktions are back at The Curve this summer for a week of Musical Mayhem with The Stage Is Yours, 29th July - 2nd August. Go along and spend five days learning and developing your Performing Arts skills to West End and Broadway musicals. The week then ends with a presentation of everything learned, to family and friends in the Curve’s theatre The Venue. This is the perfect opportunity to try something new or expand your skills, make friends and explore your hidden talents! Places are just £110 (£10 discount if you book more than one child). W:


Let your kids discover a brand new skill and confidence for life!

Thames Valley Taekwon-Do provides some of the best Taekwon-Do sessions in Berkshire and they’re offering a summer full of structured

activity and the opportunity for your child to have a go during the holidays. For £60 they’re offering unlimited sessions over the six week school break; Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. This covers insurance and a T-shirt too! Choose the sessions that work around your holiday plans to guarantee an action-packed summer for your kids! These fun sessions give your child an opportunity to become more focused and attentive, prepared and ready for the upcoming road ahead when they return to school in the autumn. Even better, they’re also offering no joining fee in September to continue. To sign up, visit their website. W:

Exciting holiday courses for enthusiastic young performers

The Watermill Theatre near Newbury has an exciting range of holiday courses on offer for young people this July and August. Run by theatre professionals, all courses offer the opportunity to develop performance skills, build confidence and make new friends in a fun and friendly environment. Spend the week working together to create a Play in a Day, learn a selection of songs with Musical Theatre Afternoon or step out into the gardens and act out a selection of well-known poems with Revolting Rhymes. Especially designed for young people with a disability, Story Adventures is a chance to explore a variety of different tales. T: 01635 570934 W:

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