Keep the kids active during the holidays
Holiday clubs and activities are likely to look rather different than usual this summer, as providers adapt activities to make them Covid-secure. The government has put together some guidance for parents to help you understand what you can expect from sessions, with measures in place such as increased cleaning, increased hygiene, and minimising contact between groups of children to reduce the risk of spreading the virus.
There's also specific guidance for providers who are operating during the summer holidays.
Through the holidays you can continue to access our free resources and ideas to keep kids active at 澳门棋牌稳定apphome and ideas to enjoy being active outdoors.
Free online summer festival
The YMCA Norfolk Summer Festival takes place from Monday, 10th August to Saturday, 15th August and features fun activities from organisations across the county.
You can get your body moving with morning and evening yoga sessions, and join in virtual workouts.
And you'll be able to unleash your creative side with poetry and lyric workshops, or learn how to become a comedy performer.
There'll also be fascinating guest talks from a range of experts, and lots more to take part in.
Tickets are free and include access to a resource pack that will be delivered to your door ahead of the festival - click here to register now, and follow the YMCA Norfolk Youth Facebook page for more info.
Multi-sport summer camps
LB Coaching is running multi-sport summer camps for children age 4-12 at Woodland View Junior School, Spixworth. For more information and to book, contact Louis Bobbin on 07545 940149 or email firstname.lastname@example.org