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Making a difference for Surrey's young people

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 and offer healthy food and fun activities for eligible children aged 5-16.

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

To find out more about how the programme works, click on one of the boxes below.


I appreciate the fact that my kids had a safe place during the holidays that they could also have fun and eat some lovely meals

- Club4 parent




I have a child on benefit related free school meals in Surrey and would like to find out more


I want to find out more about becoming a provider of HAF camps in Surrey



My son has ASD and ADHD and struggles to make friends. Without this camp he would have no interaction with other children his age in the holidays. It is a brilliant idea and the staff are amazing. I love the ethos of the camp.

- Club4 parent





Still want more? Watch the video(s)

We've learnt a lot since we started Club4 in 2021 and while every camp is different, the attached video review of that year gives you a taste of what families can expect when children attend a local camp. 



While the following short film features someone who you may have seen on a football pitch and was inspirational in establishing the nationside 'HAF' programme which Club4 is a part of.