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October Holiday Camp - HORROR THEMED WEEK

Updated: Oct 9, 2020

We are excited to announce that we will be holding an October Holiday Camp.

After having to cancel our sold out Easter camps, and then all our Summer weeks - we are thrilled that we can end this year with at least 1 FUN FILLED week.

Dates: Monday 19th - Friday 23rd October

Times: 10.00am - 3.00pm

Venue: Marchmont St Giles

Cost: £80.00 per child (£150.00 for 2 siblings)

Early Drop off/Late Pick Up: We are offering our complimentary 9am drop off for those that require. Late Pick Up - this available each day from 3.00pm-5.00pm and is priced at £5 per child per day. Money can be paid at the start of the week.

SIGN UP HERE: October Camp 2020 Sign Up Our aim for the October week, like all our holiday camp weeks before, is to create a fun, energetic and creative programme for our students. In the light of current situation - our October week will be HORROR THEMED! (you have to laugh or you'll cry folks)

- Stage Combat (let's kick some butt) - Screen Make Up (fake blood, scars, cuts, bruises) - Zombie Choreography (whatever that even means) - Scary Scripts (think Dracula meets Beetlejuice) - Eerie walks round the grounds of our venue at Marchmont St Giles' Parish Church Centre Spooky Storytelling.


We always end our week with a Family & Friends showcase; this will only happen depending on guidance from the government and our venue. 

Please Note: - Numbers are limited due to the current COVID-19 restrictions. - Due to our risk assessments and safeguard policy - once the spaces are filled, no-one else can be added. - Payment is not due until 1st October, when an email reminder will be sent. - We continue to work with government guidelines and work with our venue to create a safe environment for all our students. In the event that clubs are not able to run, a full refund will be offered.  - Please note that siblings/each groups may be separated for classes/breaks/lunch. We aim for this not to happen, but current climate dictates how things are ran.

Please note that the week is HORROR, and not Halloween or based on any religious festivals around Halloween/All Hallows Eve. Also - when we say 'Horror' it is not designed to scare our students, and the content will be aimed at a level that everyone can enjoy and participate fully. 

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