Summer School – Anderton Centre Adventure Club

Outdoor Activity Adventure Clubs for 6-15 year olds

Spend the holidays exploring the water and woodland with canoe trips and nature walks around the Rivington & Adlington area. Discover your adventurous side with exciting activities like Raft Building, Archery and Abseiling.

We are passionate about the outdoors and its benefit to young people. As a Charity, we aim to introduce young people of all backgrounds to outdoor activities in a safe and exciting environment.  Located just off the M61, we are ideally placed for families living or working in Bolton, Chorley, Preston, Wigan and Blackburn.

Through ‘Adventure Club’ (8–15 years old) or ‘Mini Adventure Club’ (6–7 years old), children will take part in multi-outdoor activity days to suit the group and the weather on each day focusing on the environment and exploring nature whilst having fun. Activities include Bug Hunts, Low Ropes or Wild Den Building with an introduction to Archery, Canoeing and Tree Climbing.

We aim to vary programmes throughout the week, however, we cannot guarantee a specific activity on any given day.

8:30am – 9:30am – Breakfast Club*

9:30am – 4:30pm – Activities

4:30pm – 5:30pm – After Summer School Club*

*surcharge applies

Q. Is there a minimum age to take part in the Adventure Club?
A. The minimum age for Adventure Club is 8 years old, however, Mini Adventure Club welcomes children aged 6-7 years old.

Q. What is Breakfast Club?
A. If an earlier drop off is needed or preferred, any child attending Summer School can arrive on site from 8:30am and will be provided with breakfast. There will be an additional cost associated with this, however, this can be incorporated into your package.

Q. What is After Summer School Club?
A. If a later pick up is needed or preferred, any child attending Summer School can stay on site until 5:30pm and will be provided with a snack. There will be an additional cost associated with this, however, this can be incorporated into your package.

Q. Is Lunch Provided?
A. A packed lunch will be required and can either be brought from home, or we can provide one for you. A packed lunch provided by the Anderton Centre will consist of a sandwich, crisps, piece of fruit and a bottle of water. There will be an additional cost associated with this, however, this can be incorporated into your package.

Q. What should my child bring on the day?
A.

 ✔Item
Swimwear for underneath wetsuit
Full set of spare clothing including dry shoes
Sun cream
Insect repellent
Anorak or waterproof jacket
Fleece
Trainers
Old shoes (to get wet)
Towel – for water activities
Bag(s) for dirty/wet clothes
Snacks
Water bottle
Sunhat & sunglasses
Any personal medication (please make Centre staff aware of this)
Packed Lunch (if applicable)

Q. How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
A. Please call 01257 484 220 or email info@andertoncentre.co.uk

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