Easter Break Out We are pleased to be delivering Easter Break Out on behalf of B&NES Council and the Department of Education (DOE) - a series of FREE fun-filled Easter holiday hubs for local vulnerable children and teenagers, supported by a consortia of other Charities and local businesses. The hubs will offer the provision of sport, food and recreational activities. Hubs will operate Tuesday – Friday (w/c 4th & 11th April) at Southside Youth Hub in Bath, Castle Primary in Keynsham and Welton Rovers FC in Midsomer Norton. Hub sessions will be available for children and teenagers from across B&NES, who are entitled to Free School Meals (Pupil Premium Plus). This limitation on participant numbers is due to current Covid-19 restrictions - the team are committed to supporting as many young people as permitted across the two-week period. This vital FREE provision of Easter Break Out will provide a much-needed break for parents, including the opportunity to work without the worry of childcare costs, it will also offer much needed support with food provision and activities for children and young people alike during the school holidays. “1 in 5 children in Bath are living on the breadline”* Each hub will be offer a holistic approach to activities, children and teens will have the opportunity to take part in craft activities, sports, play, mentoring, DJ’ing, music and much more. As well as providing food and activities, we along with our partners will signpost families that require further support to relevant agencies for food, counselling and financial assistance or advice. “73% of parents on a low income say they cannot always afford to feed their children.”* Break Out activity hubs will be operating Tuesday – Thursday, across all three aforementioned sites;- 8.30am-12.30pm - Children’s Break Out for children aged 5-11 (Children under 8 - 8.30am -10.30am) 1pm-5pm - Teenage Break Out for teens aged 12-16 Click here to book Alongside the above hubs, the BRF team will also be sharing (weekly), a weekend cook-along and family workout via their social channels. This will also be available for the general public to take part in and will be a great fun activity for the whole family to enjoy. *Statistics taken from Quartet Community Foundation vital signs report 2019. Thank you to our Easter Break Out partners ; - B&NES Council, Bath Area Play Project, Bath City Football Club, Bath City FC Foundation, Bath Music Service, Bath Rugby, Bath Rugby Foundation, Camerton Village Hall, Castle Primary, CURO, Fareshare, Irwin Mitchell, Live Learn Cook, Off The Record (OTR), Project 28, Southside Family Project, Southside Youth Hub, Super Pirates, Welton Rovers Football Club, Youth Connect South West.