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Wymondham camp offers festive fun for youngsters

PUBLISHED: 16:45 16 December 2017 | UPDATED: 16:45 16 December 2017

Kids Camp will be hosted at the Diss Leisure Centre. Picture: Sonya Duncan

Kids Camp will be hosted at the Diss Leisure Centre. Picture: Sonya Duncan

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Children will be able to get involved in some festive fun at South Norfolk Council’s Kids Camp this Christmas.

Youngster will be able to get crafty at South Norfolk Council's Kids Camp. Picture: Getty Images Youngster will be able to get crafty at South Norfolk Council's Kids Camp. Picture: Getty Images

From Wednesday, December 20 to Friday, 22 December and Tuesday, January 2 till Wednesday, January 3, Kids Camp will be available to book for a full or half day at Wymondham Leisure Centre.

The camp will include a mixture of sports and games, with youngsters able to have a go at Christmas crafts, including making decorations and cards, wooden spoon reindeers, decorating gingerbread men, painting Christmas murals and more.

The camp costs £25 for a full day and £12.50 for a half day.

Drop off is available from 8am and pick up is available until 6pm.

Kids Camp is Ofsted Registered and accepts childcare vouchers.

To book a place at the camp and to see the full list of activities go to www.south-norfolk.gov.uk/kids-camp

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