During the Easter Holidays, Guiseley Community Foundation held Healthy Holiday camps at Yeadon Westfield Junior School. They were a major success, with every day being fully booked. The attending children enjoyed a wide range of activities, including activities led by Foundation staff, as well as activities from outside organisations. One of the most popular proved to be a visit from West Yorkshire PCSOs Sophie, Rob and Olivia. The PCSOs provided a fun-filled morning, including allowing attending children to dress as police officers, to look inside their police van, as well as demonstrating an arrest! Children also really enjoyed activities provided by Go Wild Outdoors, who showed children how to put up tents and hammocks, as well as teaching them about archery. Season Well also provided children with the opportunity to grow microgreens.
As well as the successful Healthy Holiday camps, the Foundation also held equally as successful Football camps. Similar to the Healthy Holidays Camp, each day was fully booked with 30 children. Both boys and girls attended, of all ages from 6-13, and of varying footballing abilities. It was great to see a number of children who had not attended Football camps previously enjoying the different activities. Further Holiday Football camps will be held during May half-term.
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