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Holiday Activity and Food Provision​

October Half Term 2021

25 – 29 October 2021

Halton Borough Council is delighted to announce that it has secured additional funding to enable local providers to offer FREE activities during the October Half Term this year to families who receive free school meals.

If you are eligible for benefits related free school meals and would like to register your child onto any of these schemes, please contact the provider direct to secure your place.​

 

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Age range of children

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Please contact the provider direct to secure your place.

Description of activities on offer during October Half Term 2021

Acorn Community Nursery & School Link Club

Acorn Community Nursery
Kingshead Close Castlefields

WA7 2JE

WA7 2JE

ages 5 - 11

STELLA OGILVIE
01928 576369
stellaogilvie.acorn@gmail.com

We provide daycare and pre-school. We have a link club to four schools in the locality and offer a holiday club to children from any school in the Runcorn area.

Palace Fields Day Care Centre

Palace Fields Day Care Centre
Badger Close
Palace Fields
Runcorn
WA7 2QW

WA7 2QW

ages 4-11

Ali Walker Turnbull
01928 755374
palacefieldsdaycare@outlook.com

Full Day Care Centre for children from 3 months to 11 years. We provide a breakfast club, after school club and holiday club for school age children.

Arts and crafts, baking, outdoor games, board games, IT, gardening, dance, drama, reading, construction building (including junk modelling).

Sean Bailey Wellness CIC

Sandymoor Ormiston Academy
Wharford Lane
Sandymoor
Runcorn
WA7 1QU

WA7 1QU

ages 5-15

Sean Bailey
07368 404928
sean@seanbaileywellness.com

Examples of the activities provided are group exercise in various forms of circuit training, children's exercise such as yoga, safe circuits and different ball games. We provide education around wellbeing such as nutrition, sleep, mental health and mindfulness. The organisation was created to educate the community, be that individuals’ and/or organisations on how to better manage and improve physical and mental wellbeing through a variety of training and activity offerings based around four key pillars of health (Sleep, nutrition, hydration and exercise).

Recharge and Restore CIC

Murdishaw Community Centre, Barnfield Avenue, Murdishaw WA7 6EP for Monday, Wednesday and Thursday
Castlefields Community Centre, Village Square, Runcorn WA7 2ST for Tuesday

WA7 6EP

 

WA7 2ST

KS1, KS2

Angelita Woosnam
07808 160315
rechargerestore@gmail.com

Our mission is to help clients to feel recharged and restored; able to go about their day, their week with more clarity and feel better.

We create and deliver wellbeing packs and boxes for adults and children with the aim of supporting mental and emotional health, bringing families together with activities they can share. We also deliver workshops for stress resolution that also empower attendees by giving them tools and techniques to help improve their self esteem, confidence and general wellbeing.

Whizz Kids

Farnworth C of E Primary School
Pit Lane
Widnes
Cheshire

WA8 9HS

KS1, KS2

Nicola pottle
Wizzkidsfarnworth@hotmail.com

Our aim is for children to be happy and safe in our care and to enjoy their time at holiday club. Whilst at the club the children enjoy healthy snacks and drinks a healthy packed lunch a wide range of craft activities. Plus we have a large outdoor area including forest school

Elite Coaching Solutions

Venue 1 - Upton Community Centre, Hough Green Road, Widnes WA8 4PF, Venue 2 - Transform Widnes, St. John's Church, Greenway Rd, Widnes WA8 6HA

WA8 4PF

 

WA8 6HA

ages 4-11

Calum Aspen
07738 963 607
calum@elitecoachingsolutions.co.uk

The sole aim of all our Programmes is to have an impact on families’ health and wellbeing via direct physical activity experiences that are supported and underpinned by various educational content; including information surrounding nutrition, physical and mental wellbeing, physical activity, leadership, numeracy, literacy & much more.
Due to our experience in providing Holiday Sports Camps we have the expertise to provide fun Physical Activities right across the board from Football, Dodgeball, Rugby & Tennis to Dance! We also deliver a number of non-sport specific activities that focus on cooperative play (children working together in social circumstances to strive towards a common goal). This helps to appeal to all children, regardless of ability, whilst also aiding in the development of fundamental and transferable skills that can be used in everyday life as well as the sporting form.

Four Estates

Palacefields community centre, The Uplands, Palacefields, Runcorn

WA7 2UA

WA7 2UA

ages 5 - 12

Barry Selby 07483113332 barryselby@fourestates.co.uk

Four Estates is a local community organization that delivers several community based provisions in the borough, including the Young Stars award which is a personal development programme in schools for Year 6 pupils, a food referral programme for struggling families, a free music project open to all ages in the community and many other projects. We also run two community centres in the borough, in Halton Brook and Palace fields.

Widnes Vikings

Widnes Vikings
DCBL Stadium,
Lowerhouse Lane,
Widnes,
Cheshire,
WA8 7DZ

WA8 7DZ

primary and secondary

Phil Finney
07834686325
philfinney@live.co.uk

Widnes Vikings supports high profile, inspirational and relatable role models to motivate all youngsters including those marginalised and disenfranchised to achieve their potential in life.
Delivering a variety of meaningful opportunities through physical activity programmes, workshops and mentoring inside and outside of school, we collaborate with a range of community stakeholders to deliver outstanding experiences for young people.
We utilise truly relatable and inspirational role models to share their lived experiences and inspire young people from all backgrounds to adopt positive attitudes towards living productive and healthy lifestyles.
Through personal story telling, advice and guidance and multi sport physical activity delivery, incredible role models will provide aspiration and shape fantastic opportunities for school aged children from the borough of Halton.
Widnes Vikings' community projects aim improve the physical and mental well being of young people, provide them with the focus to fulfil their potential, whilst improving their own economic and community wellbeing and also boosting community cohesion.

Creative Health Initiatives CIC

CHI Community Cafe
Phoenix Park
Castlefields Ave East
Runcorn
Cheshire
WA7 2NY

WA7 2NY

primary and secondary

Phil Thornton
philip-chi@hotmail.com
07903 601486

We provide a community cafe and a range of activities aimed at improving physical, mental and emotional wellbeing targeting socially deprived communities in the area around Phoenix Park.

Everton in the community

Ashley Special School
Cawfield Ave
Widnes
WA8 7HG

WA8 7HG

SEND

Mark Dolan, 07975784613 mark.dolan@evertonfc.com

Our aims are to give disabled young people the same opportunities as their non-disabled peers in sport and in everyday life, we provide sports training and competitive football opportunities, we also provide various holiday activities for disabled children and young people, we also provide volunteer opportunities accreditation opportunities and paid employment opportunities for disabled young people

Kids Space Limited

Kid's Space Limited,
c/o Fairfield Primary School,
Peel House Lane,
Widnes,
WA8 6TH

WA8 6TH

KS1, KS2

Paul Busow
07447 340 682
paul@kidsspace.org.uk

We are a private before and after school club based at the school and serve primary school aged children.

Brook Community Training

19 Hillcrest
Halton Brook
Runcorn Cheshire
WA7 2DY

WA7 2DY

ages 10 - 16

Nicola Littlemore - 07852177369 - mirrornjs@gmail.com

The main aim is to deliver community projects to the local people, training and education including the NEETS provision and long term unemployed in Hairdressing, beauty, nails, personal and social development, healthy eating, employability skills, health, well-being and mental health topics.
Objectives:
To provide a safe place for the local community to attend whilst learning new skills and an insight to the hair and beauty industry.
To reduce the amount of young people on the streets and support the employability opportunity for local community.
To deliver community projects to increase the opportunities for young people, reduce anti-social behaviour and provide a realistic working environment situated in a local salon.
To improve self-confidence and belief in a social, inclusive and positive atmosphere for the young people to interact with other people of a similar age range.
To help to reduce the social isolation and vulnerability of the local community during these difficult times.

Halton Community Centres- Castlefields Community Centre

Castlefields Community Centre
Village Square
Tyrrell Way
Runcorn
WA7 2ST

WA7 2ST

ages 5 to 11

Alison Watson
Tel 0151 511 7474
Alison.watson@halron.gov.uk


Halton Community Centres offer a wider range of activities for young people, including a halloween themed session with fun and games.

Lynch Sports Sccelerator- Champion Kids Camp

Moorfield primary school, Widnes, WA8 3HJ

St. John fisher primary school , Widnes, WA8 0BW

St Michaels primary school, Widnes, WA8 8TD

WA8 3HJ

 

WA8 0BW

 

WA8 8TD

ages 4-11

Danny Lynch
07788961949
Lynchsportsaccelerator@gmail.com

Providing multi sports camp across three primary schools in Widnes during school holidays.

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