The Big Norfolk Holiday Fun scheme is back for Easter.
Bookings are now open for the programme, which provides free activities and a healthy hot or cold lunch for children eligible for means tested free school meals.
There will also be extra provision for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
John Fisher, the county councillor responsible for children’s services, said: “It’s brilliant that this successful scheme, which has provided children in Norfolk with a fun and safe space to go in during the school holidays, has continued to grow with more providers and more activities on offer.
“Not only does it give children the opportunity to make new friends, discover a new passion, or simply have fun, but it also helps parents reduce their childcare costs.
“We’ve had great feedback from children and young people who have taken part in the past, so I’d encourage families to get booking on what promises to be a fantastic Easter programme. We know it is a welcome support for many families during the school holidays”.
Activities will run from 3 – 17 April and are now open for bookings. The scheme is FREE for children eligible for means tested free school meals, and for young carers and children who are refugees. Paid spots for a small charge are available on many activities for those who don’t qualify for a free place, more can be found on this here www.norfolk.gov.uk/bignorfolkholidayfun