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Have an Action Packed February Half-Term in Leeds

By January 29, 2020 February 3rd, 2020 Features-Leeds
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If you’re looking to keep your little ones active during the February half-term in Leeds, look no further than our pick of holiday clubs and activities, to give them a happy and healthy start to 2020.

The Climbing Depot Kids Club

If your brood are climbing the walls at home this February half-term in Leeds, get down to Kids Club at The Climbing Depot Leeds, a climbing-based activity programme for kids aged one to six running Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Sessions incorporate balance, coordination and flexibility, with fun games on and off the wall for you and the little ones to enjoy together.

Theclimbingdepot.co.uk

Children learn to ice skate at Manchester half term penguin holiday club

Planet Ice Penguin Club

Planet Ice Penguin Club

Planet Ice is finally open, and its Penguin Club gives toddlers between walking age and four years the opportunity to feel right at home on the ice. Without the older kids around, little ones can get their first experience of skating with the whole rink to themselves. With toys and games to help them along, don’t be surprised when they leave you in their dust!

Planet-ice.co.uk

Camp Xplode

Camp Xplode is all about getting back to nature and having fun with friends. Its Redkite half-term holiday day camp, running from 17th until 21st February at Moorlands School, gives children and young adults an exciting multi-activity experience with the chance to enjoy a huge range of activities including team sports, craft, archery, games, drama and bushcraft.

Campxplode.co.uk

David Lloyd library imagery by Mikael Buck

David Lloyd Leeds Holiday Club

David Lloyd Leeds Holiday Club

Keep your kids active over the half term with David Lloyd’s jam-packed holiday club, giving kids aged five to 13 an exciting mixture of sports including swimming and tennis as well as arts and crafts. Full and half days are available, and lunch and snacks are provided.

Davidlloyd.co.uk

Leeds United Foundation Holiday Courses

Young LUFC fans (other allegiances are permitted) aged five to 12 can enjoy a rewarding mixed football camp experience on The Grammar School at Leeds’ 3G Astroturf pitch from 17th to 20th February. From learning the basics to finessing some silky skills, FA-qualified coaches have designed training sessions to help aspiring players develop technique while having fun, regardless of ability.

Leedsunited.com/foundation

Leeds Rebound Gymnastics Club

Your little ones will be head over heels for the Leeds Rebound Gymnastics Club trampoline and multi-sports half term holiday club. All-day activity sessions start with a breakfast club and offer late pick up and a hot lunch, putting a spring in the step of kids aged three to 15, whether they’re amateur acrobats or tried-and-tested trampolinists.

Leedsreboundgymnastics.com

Check out our top picks for activities this February Half-Term in Manchester too!

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