'Shining Lights' at London Road

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Early August (Monday 5 — Friday 9) sees this summer's London Road Holiday Spectacular. Up to thirty-five children, aged five to thirteen, are due to enjoy a full week of games and activities around the theme 'Shining Lights'.

Craft, games, stories, competitions and quizzes, plus a trip to the zoo, should keep everyone busy. There's guaranteed to be lots of singing and laughter — and possibly even a few times of quietness!

Youth Leader, Georgina Proudfoot, is organising the week, ably supported by the usual team of volunteers. Contact Georgina for details of other great youth events at London Road.

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