Holiday Club is a great way for young people to get the most out of their break in the school half-terms and summer holidays. Our club is for children aged 8-16 and include all kinds of activities such as; street surfing, arts & crafts, climbing, sports and trips to adventure parks. Our Multi-activity day sessions start from just £12 per day. With additional early and late add-on sessions also available from £3 each.
We’re proud of our reputation of offering safe, fun and engaging youth activities in Plymouth for over four decades.
Half-term kids activities in 2019
February Holiday Club 2019
18th – 22nd February
Get ready for another fun packed holiday club; we have a huge amount of activities, games, sports planned throughout the school holiday which are guaranteed to keep them entertained rain or shine!
Click below to complete an online provisional booking form.
We will contact you as soon as possible to confirm your place. Please book in advance as possible as spaces are limited.
Holiday Club Activities
- Team Games
- Street Surfing
- And loads more!
Club sessions run on weekdays during the school holidays and half term breaks (Except for bank holidays). For your convenience we offer additional early and late sessions in addition to our main club.
Early Bird – £3
8am – 9:30am
Multi-Activity – £12
9:30am – 3:30pm
Stop-over – £3
3:30pm – 5:30pm
Trips – £28 (Thursdays)
8:00pm – 5:30pm
Please note, children will need a valid YMCA Membership of £5 per year or £1 one-off membership per day.
We ensure all staff are enhanced DBS checked, have all had child protection training and hold relevant accredited qualiﬁcations. There is always a ﬁrst aid ofﬁcer on-site.
We ensure all Holiday Club staff are enhanced DBS checked, have all had child protection training and hold relevant national body qualifications. There is always an on-site first aid officer available.
“My son can’t get out of bed for anything, but when it comes to the Holiday Club he is up and ready to leave before me. He just can’t wait to get here.” – Mrs Carter