Sarah Hodgson, Tuesday 13 July 2010
Camp England sports camp has 40 different sporting things to do to choose from. Trained coaches will help your child experience new challenges whilst keeping fit and healthy. Children 5+yrs can attend a week from 8.30am to 4.30pm Mon to Fri for just £104 with Privilege Card. If you are too busy this summer for a whole week why not come for one day or two? Camp England also runs individual cricket, tennis, basketball or hockey camps where kids can improve their skills with high quality coaching sessions at excellent facilities.
Locations in Hampton, Teddington, Hampton Court and Richmond.
0800 043 0707
Colets’ camps offer complete flexibility to entertain the children this summer. Choose from full-days, half-days or full weeks! As well as sporting activities, soft play and splash sessions in the pool, each day has a theme including Adventures of the Rain Forest, Arts and Crafts, Trampolining, Pottery, Ready Steady Cook, Street Dance and lots lots more! Phone or visit website for full programme and prices.
Colets Health & Fitness, St Nicholas Road, Thames Ditton
020 8398 7108
YMCA Space@ Basement Day Camp
Active indoor/outdoor summer fun. Swimming, biking, rock climbing, ice skating, arts and crafts, theme park and seaside trips. Recommended for 9-12s. 8.30am-5.30pm 26 July-27 August. Based at Basement Youth Cafe in Kingston Upon Thames.
Lesley: 020 8296 9747; email@example.com
YMCA Hawker Centre Day Camp, Kingston Upon Thames
Active indoor/outdoor summer fun for
Arts & Crafts, Sports & Games, Creative Cooking and Dressing Up. Trip each Wednesday to Guildford Spectrum, Syon Park Snakes & Ladders, Thames Boat trip and Littlehampton. Recommended for 4-8s. 8.30am-5.30 pm 26 July-27 August
Lesley: 020 8296 9747; firstname.lastname@example.org
Thumbs Up it’s Thursday
With five themes of Sail Away, Outer Space, Creature Feature, Myths and Mystery and Party Time and free boat trips from Turks, there’s a heap of fun things to do this summer in Kingston Upon Thames every Thursday. Cookery and drama workshops, flag making, fancy dress, art and crafts, balloon modelling, puppets and masks, pirate tattoos – don’t miss out! Recommended for ages 3-11. Thursdays 29 July-26 August. Venues all over Kingston Upon Thames.
Activ Camps at Battersea
Activ Camps are fun-packed multi activity summer camps for kids aged 4-14. Things to do include indoor rock climbing, swimming, obstacle courses, quad biking, water slides and more.
Emanuel School, Battersea Rise
AFC Wimbledon Community Football Scheme is offering Holiday courses, suitable for boys and girls aged 4-16. They will even set up and run an after-school football club in your child’s school. Summer courses take place at Chessington Sports Centre, Kingsmeadow, Wandsworth Common and Wimbledon Park.
In 2 Tennis
In 2 Tennis runs quality tennis programmes all year round at Surbiton Racket and Fitness Club and Thames Ditton Tennis club. It caters for over 500 juniors per week and for players of all ages and standards. Six-week summer holiday programmes start 19 July.
Contact Marc Codling, Head Coach, email@example.com
Wilton Summer Tennis Camps
Tuition at Wilton is all about having fun whilst you receive expert coaching with a max of 8 players to one coach. Technical and practical tennis skills are reinforced for future development.
Wilton Tennis Club, 28 Wilton Grove, Wimbledon
020 8296 9668 firstname.lastname@example.org
Parents come too at Willows!
Willows Pre-School Activities are for adults and children. Action packed days offering sports, arts, crafts and adventure. Parental participation is encouraged. Accredited by Ofsted as Outstanding 2009-2010.
Willow Pre School, 28 Wilton Grove Wimbledon
020 8540 2388
Cycle Safe in Wimbledon
Merton Council is offering free on road cycle training throughout the summer holidays with accredited trainers to children aged 10-18 who live in London or surrey. Offered at a local school, a five day course of 2 hour’s duration with a choice of morning or afternoon sessions.
Camp Beaumont Day Camps in Wimbledon
Multi-activity Day Camps for 3-16 year olds throughout the summer holidays. Children choose from 6 things to do including football, facepainting, climbing, circus training, art and archery.
King’s College School, Wimbledon
Gambado Chelsea – indoor play for children
Giant play frame, best parties, dodgems, climbing wall, adult lounge and separate baby soft play area, weekly activities, events and classes plus the yum yum café
Bouncy Castles, slides, ballponds, sumo suits and assault courses – everything you will need for the kids summer parties
QVC Sports in Battersea
Local charity Battersea Summer Scheme brings a range of activities to young residents including judo, tennis, cricket, music, dance trapeze and Street Athletics. Chelsea football Club will also be attending the event 3-8 Aug.
Millennium Arena, Battersea Park
Kids Golf Camps in Wandsworth
Holiday camps to 6 August for kids aged 7-15 years. The perfect introduction to golf at the Central London Golf Centre in Wandsworth
020 8871 2468
Train with fully qualified and experienced martial arts instructors. All Holistic Fitness classes are run on a safety-first basis with special emphasis placed on individual attention.
Summer Open Day at New Malden Club
Something for all the family and it’s free at New Malden Tennis, Squash and Badminton club. Try tennis, squash, racketball, badminton or try out the Courtlands Gym. BBQ and drinks available. Sunday 18 July 10am-4pm. Free.
Somerset Close, New Malden
020 8942 0539