Club4 HAF camps
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The Government has funded local authorities across England to run free HAF (Holiday Activity & Food) camps for children who receive benefit-related free school meals.

These camps – known as ‘Club4’ in Surrey – run during the longer school holidays in 2021 and offer healthy food and fun activities for eligible children aged 5-16.

Active Surrey are working with trusted and vetted activity providers across the county to run the Club4 programme on behalf of Surrey County Council.

You can find details of your nearest camp and book by visiting the Club4 webpages.

Our local camp deliverers

We’re working with providers large and small to run Club4 holiday camps across Surrey, with more camps running in the areas of greatest need.

Every camp will run slightly differently depending on their size, location, dates of operation and age of attendees. But all of them will offer at least one healthy meal a day and will feature fun activities that keep kids active - and help them sleep at night...

 

A quick note on COVID-19

The Club4 programme is part of Surrey’s responses to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. All camps have measures in place to limit any spread of the virus, but it’s vital that your child doesn’t attend if they’re unwell, to ensure the camp can stay open for other families.

If your son or daughter is ill, please contact your camp provider directly to inform them. If you’re worried it might be coronavirus, take a lateral flow test (available for free from pharmacies) and book a PCR test if necessary.

The virus is still with us. You can get details on testing, the latest COVID data for Surrey and where over 18's can go to get a free jab on the Council's coronavirus pages.