Happy Healthy Holidays Somerset
The Happy Healthy Holidays Somerset Programme Activity Finder is now live and parents/carers can use the finder to find fun local activities (with food) taking place from 26th July throughout the summer holidays.
To book an activity, you will need to have received your unique Booking Code from your child's school. You will not be able to make a booking without it, so please ensure you have done this first and contact your child's school in the first instance.
If you are having problems booking, please see our helpful FAQ's and 'how to' videos at the bottom of the page or call our support hotline (Monday - Wednesday 10am - 2pm) on 01823 653990.
Please use this link to provide us with any feedback or comments about your child's experiences during the summer
As well as holiday activities, Healthy Happy Holidays Somerset is providing Family Tickets for attractions across Somerset. Family Tickets entitle up to 1 adult and 2 or 3 children (depending on the attraction) free access and a meal.
Please remember you will need your VOUCHER CODE from your child's school.
Why not try an online workshop as part of Happy Healthy Holidays Somerset Virtual programme. There are workshops about:
- Science Fun
- Amazing Art 4th August Cartooning Workshop
- Musical Theatre 30th July Mamma Mia workshop
- Musical Theatre 4th August Shrek the musical workshop
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Activity Finder - Find activities near you!
This funding has been made available by Somerset County Council to enable local groups to provide holiday activities including food to children eligible for free school meals in Somerset. This is part of the Government programme which has provided healthy food and enriching activities to disadvantaged children since 2018 and is now being expanded across the whole of England. The Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) programme, now named the Happy Healthy Holidays Somerset Programme, is funded by the Department for Education. Somerset Activity and Sports Partnership (SASP) is coordinating the programme and managing the grant making process.