Camps across London open over Easter to give kids a much-needed break


CHILDREN in London will have lots to be egg-cited about this Easter as Camp Beaumont opens its doors to offer a much-needed break from routine.

The UK’s most experienced day camp provider is now taking bookings for the Easter holidays and has lots of fun lined up.

From Easter arts and crafts to on-site Easter egg hunts, children will really get the chance to be children again after the stresses of lockdown.

As well as the Easter-themed activities, children will also get to take part in the games and sports that Camp Beaumont is known and loved for, such as Capture the Flag and archery, clay workshop and jewellery making – all while making new friends, picking up new skills and perhaps even trying something new.

From adventurous activities like archery, to artistic expressions in jewellery making and clay workshops and more active games in Capture the Flag, Camp Beaumont is continuing to deliver all the fun of a multi-activity camp in a safe and controlled way.

And while giving kids the opportunity to have fun alongside developing skillsets in social interaction, leadership and getting them active, parents can feel confident that their kids are enjoying themselves while learning.

Jof Gaughan, Executive Director at Camp Beaumont, said: “For over 40 years, Camp Beaumont has been offering vital childcare solutions for busy working families as well as awesome adventures for thousands of children throughout the school holidays – and this has now become more important than ever.

“To give young people back their days playing among friends, taking part in new activities, while engaging in a programme of confidence building, inspiring, and laugh inducing activities, is critical, having gone through such a tough year.”