Holiday Clubs for Kids

Holiday fun in Lincolnshire

Holiday Activities & Food (HAF)

The County Council runs a successful Holiday Activities and Food programme (HAF), providing local children and young people aged 5-16 years with enriching activities, free healthy meals and lots of fun. 

Clubs are open to children eligible for benefits-related free school meals.

They are held at schools, nurseries and kids clubs, leisure centres and sports grounds for all ages with the opportunity to participate in games, swimming, dance, music, cooking, arts and crafts, visits and much more.

Bookings Open for Easter Holidays

Photo: Noise Academy

The Easter holiday programme is now open for bookings – please do spread the good news of how the clubs can help children and young people make new friends, socialise and have fun during the holidays.

Nourishing food is provided, and sporty, healthy food activities vary from one club to another, depending on location and provision available.

There are clubs across the whole of the county. You can find further details on the county council website.

Host a HAF

If your organisation or business would like to support future holidays programmes by providing activities, food or equipment, or if you would like to just find out more you can email: haf@lincolnshire.gov.uk

Details and updates of all HAF clubs are on the Lincolnshire County Council website:

lincolnshire.gov.uk/school-pupil-support/holiday-activities-food-programme

All activities, food, drink and snacks are provided free of charge. Contact the settings for more information or email HAF@lincolnshire.gov.uk

Photos: Noise Academy


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