Join us for a week of activities on the farm over the half term or summer holidays.
These holiday camps are perfect for kids who love to be outside, working with animals and getting a bit mucky. We cover a lot in a week, the kids become part of the farm family and we have a lot of fun! Our camps are all run outdoors on our farm in St. Martin. During the week kids can expect: to feed and care for our animals, learn farm skills, get creative and crafty, build dens, prepare their own food, learn about local wildlife, make new friends and play games too!
It's important to us that kids who join us get to try produce that they help to look after on the farm - so breakfast, lunch, snacks and drinks come included*.
(*Fussy eater or food allergy? Fear not! We cater for every child and put on a range of healthy options for each meal and snacktime. If you are unsure, your own pack lunch from home is always welcome!)
What will a typical day look like?
12pm Food preparation for lunch! Campers will help prepare their own lunch. We'll set the table, put out fresh flowers or lay out a picnic blanket, make delicious food, fill our glasses up with water and get ready to tuck in to our treats.
12.30pm LUNCHTIME and play.
1.15pm Fourth Session Crafts and homesteading session: Making wild art, designing packaging for our veggies and making tie dye t-shirts are just some of the activities we'll get up to in the afternoon.
2.00pm - Water break!
2.15pm - Fifth Session Building dens, building bird boxes or making bug hotels. If we have time we'll finish with a game.
8.30-9.15am Relaxed drop-off. Arrive before classes start, anytime between 8.30 and 9.15am and join us for some breakfast. Choose from fresh fruit, homemade muffins, porridge or toast and spreads. Tea and coffee available for parents.
9.30am First Session Animal Husbandry. Working alongside the chickens or pigs - feeding them and making sure they are healthy. Collecting eggs and boxing them ready for market.
10.15am Second Session A relaxing activity before we head to the farm plots.
11.00am Snack and water break
11.15am Third Session Usually spent on the farm plots working with the produce we grow on our farm. We'll also harvest any fruit or vegetables we may need for our lunch.
How much does it cost?
who can join us?
Our holiday camps cost £200 per child per week.
Our camps are £160 per child on weeks with Bank Holiday Mondays.
The cost of the courses include all tuition, breakfast, lunch, drinks and snacks, a 'Sprouts Farm Club' t-shirt and recipe book to take home.
Please note: places will only be confirmed once payment and booking forms have been received.
Our holiday camps are open to children ages 7-12 years.
Please ask your child if they would like to join us. If they don't like getting mucky, or aren't keen on animals - this might not be the club for them!
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