Parents have the chance to grab a completely free day of childcare over the summer holidays featuring an exciting line-up of activities.
Epic Holiday Camps’ Free Mondays started yesterday and will continue until 23 August at multiple locations across the South East.
The multiactivity camp is aimed at inspiring a generation of children aged 5-11 while empowering them to find a new passion and develop new skills. There is no obligation to attend for the rest of the week.
Ajay Ghela, Managing Director of Epic Holiday Camps, said: ‘The free days are a fantastic opportunity for parents to get a day off while knowing their child is experiencing an amazing range of activities.
‘We’re focused on delivering a great experience for our camp-goers and supply cutting-edge innovative tech activities that schools don’t have available to them, along with arts and crafting, and sports.
‘We also strive to create challenging games that will increase understanding of technology and give children an unforgettable experience that will influence their future career paths.
‘From conquering new skills to forging lifelong friendships, our camps offer a truly innovative experience for your child’s school break.’
Epic Holiday Camps is Ofsted registered and all staff are DBS checked. If parents decide to send a child for the whole week, the fee is £175 and childcare vouchers are accepted.
Activities provided by Epic Holiday Camps also include digital art, creating terrarium jars, droid building, bubble football, archery, circus training and even origami. All events are Covid-19 secure.
Epic Holiday Camps operate in St Albans, Rickmansworth, Marlow, Caterham, Cambridge, Bishops Stortford, Berkhamsted, Guildford, Reading, Henley-on-Thames, Harpenden, Bath, Oxford, Sevenoaks, Leatherhead, Weybridge, Woking, Twickenham, Newbury, Bromley, Kingston upon Thames, Watford and Ascot.