What’s on Summer 2020

Who knows what will be open this summer? We will all need to be a bit more creative and flexible this year as many of our normal clubs and activities may be closed. We’ve made a handy list of ideas which we will update as we get more information.

Of course, we will update you on our own service regularly through our newsletter and Facebook group. We vigilantly keep an eye on Government guidelines and make flexible plans for our own centre.

Everyone’s situation and risk tolerance is difference so we’ve listed a range of events and activities which may be suitable for your family.

Live Music Events

For those that like a bit of socially distanced loud music – Accessible tickets are available at Live from the drive-in at Filton Airfield throughout August including Dizzee Rascal, Beverley Knight, Russell Watson and many others. Under 16s able to attend with an adult. https://www.livenation.co.uk/festival/utilita-live-from-the-drive-in-bristol-tickets

Camping at Avon Valley

Due to COVID-19, Avon Valley Country Park is closed as an attraction. However, this has led them to open the park for a limited number of people who can book to camp inside the site, experiencing a safe and spacious environment to enjoy the outdoors. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to camp inside the park’s gates among the park’s animals and play areas. https://www.avonvalley.co.uk/services/summer-camp-site/

Mojo Active

If your child or young person loves an active life then Mojo Active‘s events might be just up your street. Including COVID-19 compliant safety measures, their summer holiday club will be open as well as high ropes experiences. https://www.mojoactive.co.uk/kids/holiday-club

Jigsaw Thornbury

Keep an eye on Jigsaw’s website to see details of their online programme of summer activities. https://www.jigsawthornbury.org.uk/events/

NAS South Glos

Events such as Mojo Active and Fizz Pop Science will be held over the summer. Keep an eye on their Facebook group for events.

Wild Place

Pre-book tickets to visit Wild Place this summer with times entry and quieter visitor numbers.

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