Nottingham City Council is inviting young people to get down to one of Nottingham’s Leisure Centres this Easter to make the most of a fantastic holiday offer – School’s Out.
From Monday 3 April to Thursday 13 April, Clifton Leisure Centre, John Carroll Leisure Centre, and Southglade Leisure Centre along with Portland Centre, and Minver Crescent Sports Hall will be hosting the school holiday scheme that costs just £1 per day!
The scheme will run each day from 9am to 4pm.
Activities include football, hockey, tennis, basketball, cricket, rounders, table tennis, dodgeball as well as arts and crafts and much more.
Children will need to bring comfortable clothing including a jacket and sensible shoes (trainers are preferred), a packed lunch, plenty of refreshments and a water bottle.
There is an additional charge of £2.25 for swimming (£2.10 at Portland).
Pre-bookable spaces are available one week prior each week of the programme, so to pre-book a place for w/c 3 April, pre-book from 27 March and to pre-book a place for w/c 10 April, pre-book from 3 April. All other spaces are offered at sites on the first day of each week on a first come first served basis.
Please see the relevant booking information below:
- To book at Clifton, Southglade or John Carroll LC please call 0115 876 1600
- To book at Portland please call 0115 859 9968
- There is no pre-booking at Minver Crescent, this site runs on a first come first served basis
School’s Out is run in partnership with the award winning Notts County Football in the Community.
Cllr Dave Trimble – Portfolio Holder for Leisure and Culture said; “This scheme is perfect for families who still need to work during the holidays or simply need a way of keeping the children occupied during the break. It’s a safe and fun environment with lots of qualified coaches and different sports and activities to try. There are many opportunities to have fun and make friends as well and being active – what a great day out for just £1. I would urge families to book their spaces fast!”
Find out more at Notts County, Football in the Community’s website