The sessions are run by award-winning local organisation, Arterne: Enriching the next generation CIC, which supports individuals and communities to be the best version of themselves that they can be, promoting a happy, healthy lifestyle. Children will be supported by a skilled and safe team, including a registered nurse and qualified teacher.
Focusing on promoting health and well-being for children aged 5-12 years old, the programme will run throughout the week, Monday – Friday through August and early September. There are various time slots available, including 8am-2pm (£25), 2pm-8pm (£25), and 9am-5pm (£35) – with a discount for booking multiple places. Bookings are now open, email firstname.lastname@example.org to secure a spot – places are available on a first-come first-served basis. A healthy buffet lunch, refreshments and snacks are all provided.
Cindy Willcocks, Founder, Arterne: Enriching the next generation CIC, said: “We recognise that the pandemic brought many challenges for children, which is why we have set up a programme to promote positive mental and physical health. We can’t wait to deliver sessions that will get kids moving and mindful in the great outdoors. We’re confident they will have a lot of fun and gain some valuable new skills to help balance a healthy body with a healthy mind.”
Emily Jones, Commercial Director at Urban Splash, added: “Royal William Yard is such a special place for so many people; a destination to relax, enjoy the great outdoors, and learn new activities. We’re excited to welcome a programme that supports the youngest members of our community to be happy and healthy, and can think of no better place for them to do this than here.”
The wellness camp is part of a jam-packed series of events and activities for families at Royal William Yard this summer, which includes: