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Summer of Dance Program Encourages Kids to Stay Active

Authored by DanSci
Posted: Tue, 07/16/2019 - 10:34am

School holidays may be looming, but that doesn’t mean the learning stops. To help kids stay active throughout the summer, DanSci Dance Studio in Exeter will host a series of interactive dance programmes for kids aged from 18 months to 12 years

“We are very excited for Summer of Dance to begin” says Artistic Director of DanSci Dance Studio, Ava Barron Thomas “First up on the schedule is our raved about annual mixed styles dance Camp.”

Ava says “the dance camp is filled with different dance styles, music, stage craft and fun. Designed for 5-12 year old’s, camp will allow them...

Summer dance camp from 29th July 2019 image

Summer Dance Camp 5-12 yrs 29th July- 23rd Aug 2019

Event Date: 
29/07/2019 - 10:00am to 23/08/2019 - 3:30pm
Venue: 
DanSci Dance Studio

Let your children enjoy a week of dancing fun this Summer Just choose your dates and book instantly online. Childcare sorted and it's fun and healthy way to make friends. £25 per day or £100 per week. £25 Discount for week long bookings!

Visit www.dansci.co.uk for more information and to book

Due to new facilities we are able to offer a larger selection of dance styles. Each main session will include technique and a routine. The focus is on learning something new while making friends and having fun.

You can purchase tickets for the number of days you require at £25...

Experience Natural Living and Outdoor Learning at Trill Farm Family Camps!

Event Date: 
23/05/2015 - 12:00pm to 25/05/2015 - 12:00pm
Venue: 
Trill Farm

Trill Farm (Axminster) will be hosting two special family camps this spring and summer!

Whilst taking in the beauty of Devon, families are encouraged to connect with not only each other but nature whilst exploring and discovering the landscape of this breathtaking county.

The farm will take you through a varied program of fun activities such as bushcraft, crafts, cooking and climbing. But also adrenaline fueled wild-swimming and zip-lining!

There will be family friendly activities available each creating relationships with nature. These will include wild foraging...

Experience Natural Living and Outdoor Learning at Trill Farm Family Camps!

Authored by Sophie Attaran
Posted: Tue, 04/14/2015 - 11:54pm

Trill Farm (Axminster) will be hosting two special family camps this spring and summer!

Whilst taking in the beauty of Devon, families are encouraged to connect with not only each other but nature whilst exploring and discovering the landscape of this breathtaking county.

The farm will take you through a varied program of fun activities such as bushcraft, crafts, cooking and climbing. But also adrenaline fueled wild-swimming and zip-lining!

There will be family friendly activities available each creating relationships with nature. These will include wild foraging...

Exeter Chiefs' Easter Rugby Camp

Authored by Mary Youlden
Posted: Wed, 03/04/2015 - 10:15am

Newton Abbot RFC and the Exeter Chiefs have announced a three day Rugby Training Camp this Easter at Newton Abbot Rugby Club starting on Monday 30th March to Wednesday 1st April.

The cost of the camp is £40 for two days with the third day thrown in for free, courtesy of Exeter Chiefs and Centrax, one of Exeter Chiefs key sponsors.

Open to boys and girls from 5 years to 14 years old, the camp has been organised to teach young rugby enthusiasts rugby and multi sports skills from qualified coaches in a fun, action packed environment.

The sessions will be delivered on...

Netball Summer Camp

Event Date: 
04/08/2014 - 9:00am
Venue: 
Exeter University

England Netball are excited to announce the launch of our Netball Youth Camps (NYC) this summer. When we spoke to junior netballers they told us that they wanted more opportunities to play netball during the summer holidays so we have designed these camps to do just that!

The camps are non-residential holiday camps designed for 11-16 year olds providing ‘Nothing but Netball’; including top quality coaching, fun netball activities and even an opportunity to meet and be inspired by an England player. If you are a junior netball lover (or the parent of one!) these are an unmissable...

Tips to avoid the wrong type of campfire

Authored by jacobseal
Posted: Tue, 07/14/2015 - 6:28am

Caravans and campervans increasingly resemble a home away from home and it can be easy to forget about the potential fire risks, especially when you’re busy enjoying some time out.

Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service remind you that having a working smoke alarm in your caravan dwelling, is just as important as the one in your home. It needs to be tested frequently to check it works.

In a fire, caravans and campervans have limited escape options in fire and being made of lightweight and highly combustible fittings, fires can take off frightenly fast. You would...