16 March 2017
Young people in Kensington and Chelsea looking for something to do during the Easter holidays should check Epic Youth, Play and Sport services – a wide ranging programme of activities running from Monday 3 to Monday 17 April.
There’s lots on offer for young people aged from six to 19, and aged up to 25 for those with learning difficulties and/or disabilities.
Why not try your hand at chocolate making, take part in a DJ workshop or test your cooking and baking skills?
If you fancy something more active there’s non-contact boxing, table tennis, trampolining, kayaking and climbing to work your muscles.
There are also holiday-themed events such as an Easter egg hunt to take part in.
All Youth and Play events in the programme are free, Epic Sports Easter activities have prices ranging from £2 to £10 a session. Events and activities will take place at a number of venues and locations across and outside the borough.
Councillor Elizabeth Campbell, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea’s Cabinet Member for Children and Family Services, said: “There really will be lots for children and young people to do over the Easter holidays. Epic CIC has put on an exciting programme of events with something for everyone. So if you’re sporty, artistic or into your music take a look at what’s on offer.”
For more information go to www.epiccic.org.uk/epiceaster