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Date issued: 23 April 2019
Leisure World Colchester has announced its holiday camp early bird offer for the upcoming May half term – 28 to 31 May.
At Kids Camp, children in primary school years 1 to 6 can leap into action every weekday of the school holidays. With swimming, arts and crafts, dodgeball, badminton, short tennis, football games and treasure hunts, they'll never have a dull moment. The day includes lunch and is a great option for flexible childcare: you can drop your kid(s) off from 9am-3pm for £27 or give them a full day of excitement from 8am-5.30pm for just £32.
High-schoolers, children in school years 7 to 11, can make the most of their holidays too with Base Camp. Each full day of fun from 8am-5.30pm includes swimming, games and other activities. Prices start from just £32, including lunch, and some days feature trips to Ultimate Ninja UK, Game (Belong), Escape Room and Tenpin!
SPECIAL EARLY BIRD OFFER: Book either Kids Camp or Base Camp up to and including 5 May to get an extra discount, paying just £22 9am-3pm (normally £27) or £27 8am-5.30pm (normally £32).
Advance booking for Kids Camp, Base Camp is essential and childcare vouchers are accepted. Book online at colchesterleisureworld.co.uk/holidayfun Hurry as places are limited!
As if that's not enough, the Leisure Pool is also open every day during the May half term, along with the exciting flumes.
Aqua Fun sessions are ideal for kids who enjoy swimming, they’ll take on the challenge of the inflatable floating fun run – an exciting watery obstacle course to run, slide, jump and climb through. Younger children who are non-swimmers or beginners can enjoy Aqua Splat sessions. With an inflatable submarine in the teaching pool, under-fives can burn off energy and make new friends while they play. There’s no need to book – just check the timetable on the website and turn up.
Leisure World Colchester supports the Better Colchester Campaign to promote sport and health for Colchester residents.