Keeping active during Easter
Grosvenor Hall, Kennington, is offering youngsters the chance to join a high-adrenaline and fun outdoor activity camp this Easter.
The former police college is inviting children aged between 11 and 17 to scrap the usual Easter egg hunt in favour of a week making new friends and memories.
The organisers say the camp gives participants the opportunity to learn five new life skills – trust, selfconfidence, independence, social mobility and learning through activities such as fencing or abseiling.
Jason Andrews, Kingswood Camps’ chief operating officer said: “We’ve seen so many young people completely come out of their shell after combating their fears through teamwork and sheer determination and that’s what it’s all about.
“An Easter spent at Kingswood Camps can give children the opportunity to have an adventure of a lifetime.”
Kingswood Camps is one of the largest providers of residential outdoor adventures for youngsters, with five locations across the UK. For more information visit www. kingswoodcamps.co.uk
Grosvenor Hall offers a variety of outdoor activities, as our own reporter Sam Williams discovered when she tried the 3G swing, above, and the zipwire, on a visit to the former police college