We are working in partnership with Halton Borough Council throughout the summer holidays to deliver FREE creative activities to young people from Halton. Thanks to funding from the Holiday Activity Fund we have organised five weeks of four-day activity clubs, including: Digital Music Making, Coding and Robotics, Stop Motion Animation and Video Game Design
No previous experience is required, these activities are suitable for young people of all abilities.
Every young person who enrols for these sessions will be provided with a free meal each day thanks to our partners at Quigley’s Community Cafe, who are based on-site.
As part of your application for a place on this project you will be asked to inform us about your young person’s dietary requirements and to choose from the below options:
Sandwich Filling- Ham, Turkey, Tuna, Cheese, Egg
Fruit- Apple, Tangerine, Banana
Crisps- Ready Salted, Salt and Vinegar, Cheese and Onion
Drink Carton- Apple, Blackcurrant, Orange
Who can get involved?
We are looking for young people who are:
- Aged 8-16
- A Halton resident
- Eligible for free school meals
How much does it cost?
This project is completely free of charge for young people to attend.
When does the project take place?
The project runs across five weeks during the summer holidays:
Where will the sessions take place?
All sessions will be run at Mako Create’s base at Grangeway Community Centre, Grangeway, Runcorn WA7 5LY
What equipment do I need?
We will bring all of the equipment required for the face to face course, so you don’t need to bring any equipment with you.
How do I sign up?
Clicking the images above will take you to the relevant booking page, and a link to the full HAF Halton 2022 Eventbrite collection is available here.