St Mary's Centre
St Mary's Church
By Haddenham Webteam - 11th February 2014 8:00am
Parents and carers looking to engage and entertain their youngsters may wish to know of fun activities taking place during the half-term holidays.
Haddenham Cycle Training are offering their excellent cycling courses at the community infant school — for more details,
Slightly further afield, Half Term Soccer Courses are on offer. These fun-packed activity days are taking place at Meadow View Park (Thame United's football ground) for young children (from under-5s to 12 years) from Monday 17th to Friday 21st February.
The courses are just like a school day, beginning at 9.00am and concluding at 3.00pm. The cost is £12.50 per day.
Come and join in the fun.
To book a place call the MVP Office on 01844 214401 pick up a leaflet from the main building or download from this page
Important Information for Parents
Your child will need a packed lunch, a healthy snack & lots of refreshment. The Club also has a Kiosk Bar on site for Drinks and Snacks
Pre-Booking is required for all days, £15.00 if booked on the day
Save £5.00 if you book for the full week
Don't miss out — call 01844 214401 or download a form from here
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