Aico Kids Summer Club

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Aico launches free Kids Summer Club with support from SYA

Aico in association with Shropshire Youth Agency (SYA), is thrilled to announce the launch of its Summer Club this August, based at their headquarters in Oswestry.

SYA are a registered charity that helps youth clubs in Shropshire to get set up and keep going. They also run youth clubs themselves and deliver youth projects for others.

Aico in the Community was developed to give back to communities and to help make a difference. Aico’s Summer Club aims to provide a fun and educational experience for year 6 students and will run from Monday 21st to Friday 25th of August, from 10am to 2pm every day, with lunch provided upon request.

Richard Parkes, CEO of SYA commented, “SYA is a Shropshire charity that supports the delivery of over 100 youth clubs and young people’s projects supporting positive mental health, youth voice and leadership. So, when the opportunity to partner with Aico came up, to deliver this really exciting Yr6’s summer club, we leapt at the chance.

With our qualified youth workers and equipment coupled with Aico’s volunteers, site and skills it will offer a great, safe, exciting, fun-packed week for local children.”

The programme will cover a wide range of activities to keep children entertained and educated.

Participants can look forward to hands-on cooking sessions, interactive games, arts and crafts sessions, and outdoor sports activities. It will also include a trip to the local leisure centre for either an Inflatable Aqua Challenge or Roller Disco. These activities have been designed to encourage creativity, teamwork, and personal development, Aico’s Summer Club will be led by experienced and qualified club leaders from SYA and supported by friendly volunteers and Aico colleagues whom are all safeguard trained and DBS checked.

“We are delighted to introduce the Aico Summer Club in association with SYA and provide an opportunity for children in our community to have a memorable summer filled with learning and fun,” said Jane Pritchard, Community Liaison at Aico.

“Our goal is to create a safe and engaging environment for children to develop new skills, forge new friendships, and enjoy themselves.” The Summer Club is open to all families in the local community with children of year six age. Interested parents can register their children by visiting the Aico website at https://www.aico.co.uk/in-the-community/summer-club/.

Spaces are limited, so early registration is encouraged.

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