Activities for young people at The Hunslet Club this Easter

The Easter school holidays are just around the corner! For many families, finding affordable yet entertaining activities for young people during the holidays can be challenging. Luckily, The Hunslet Club in South Leeds has a lot of engaging events to keep young people occupied this half-term.

With three activity camps to choose from, you are spoiled with choice, plus you can mix and match to attend more than one.

Our Easter activity camp provides a safe space for young people and encourages them to try something new, make friends and build their confidence. Plus, it gives parents/guardians a chance to relax during the school holidays or means you don’t have to find childcare while you work, as the young person in your care can attend our activity camp.

With our football or rugby activity camps, young people, regardless of skill level or experience, get to try something new, learn the basics of each sport and have fun. Seeing young people try a new sport is incredible, as it could lead to a lifelong passion and encourages them to get active.

The fun doesn’t stop with our activity camps, as The Hunslet Club is ending week one of the school holidays in style.

The Hunslet Club has their annual Easter Party on Sunday 9 April 2023, from 12-3pm – we have had a sneak peek at the activities our events coordinator has planned, and we think even the Easter bunny himself would be proud. Our annual Easter Party is free entry, as it is about bringing the community together for a fun-filled afternoon.

Evening activity sessions are still running throughout the holidays as well, giving young people the option to spend the evenings doing something they love.

As of 28 March, The Hunslet Club still has free Rugby and Football Activity camp places available for children on free school meals, as every child deserves a memorable and fun half-term, regardless of financial background. Limited free places are available; therefore, please act now by contacting to secure your slot.


This post was written by Lisa Benfield


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