Huddersfield Town Foundation to provide online activities for half-term

Huddersfield Town Foundation are providing a range of free activities during next week’s half-term holiday. The camps, which are supported by Kirklees Council, will give young people the chance to take part in a range of sports and activities from the comfort of their own home. There are two groups of activities, one for 5 to 11 year old which will focus on PE sessions, a live bake-along, arts and crafts, a live dance session plus lots more. The second group is aimed at older age groups and will include: a live social action and youth voice sessions, LGBTQ+ activity sessions, Boxing & Martial Arts with external providers and lots more.

Full details of each timetable can be found All live sessions will take place on Zoom and the Town Foundation has also completed a range of resources that can be downloaded and completed in your own time. Katie Suttron, Head of Education and Community Activity at the Town Foundation, commented:“Providing opportunities for young people during the school holidays is a key part of our remit and it’s great to be able to still provide these, albeit virtually during the current lockdown.”“Our thanks must go to Kirklees Council, who have provided funding towards this initiative. We’re proud to have their backing and look forward to continuing our work together going forwards.” To register your interest in any of the sessions, please email

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