Our next Holiday Camps are:
February Half Term
29th and 30th December
16th - 20th February 2015
7th, 10th and 13th - 17th April 2015
Our popular Go Kids camp runs during every school holiday and caters for children aged 4-16yrs. These are all day camps and give children the opportunity to try a wide range of sports, using all the facilities that Gosling Sports Park has to offer. From Trampolining to Skiing, Fencing, Dodgeball, Spinning and Badminton - there is something for everyone!
Our new camp option is suitable for children aged 3-5yrs and runs from 9am - 12noon. We offer a variety of sports and games activities as well as arts & crafts and soft play sessions too! Each morning also includes a relaxing Story time to recharge and a healthy snack - provided free of charge!
Book for the whole week and get 1
(Only available on 5 day weeks)
Sibling Discounts also available on Whole Week Bookings!
Times & Prices:
Go Play: 3-5yrs, 9am - 12 noon,
£12 members, £15 non-member
Drop Off & Pick Up in The Cubs Room
Go Kids: 4-16yrs, 9am - 3:30 pm,
£20 members, £23 non-members
(Yellow 4-5yrs, Red 6-7yrs, Green 8-9yrs, Blue 10yrs+)
Drop Off in Jungle Mania, Pick Up in Trackside Bar
Our camps run during every school holiday and have activities suitable for children aged 3-16 years. They will have the opportunity to try a wide range of activities, using all of the facilities Gosling Sports Park has to offer - from Trampolining to Skiing, Badminton, Dodgeball, Golf, Football, Spinning and Athletics - there is something for everyone!
For more information about our holiday camps, download our e-brochure
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Download our Go Kids Christmas 2014 timetable.
Download our Go Play Christmas 2014 timetable.
"I am so pleased that you provide relevant activities for older children. Very few clubs do but at Go Kids a good range was offered. My 12 year old had a great time!"
Claire, February 2014
"My daughter loves Fun Rings and Skiing! She was initially very nervous and didn't want to join in at all, but the camp leaders were very encouraging and wouldn't let her give up. She learnt to face her fears and overcome them, and now looks forward to the ski slope the most!"
Annie, February 2014