Kids' activities to make the most of summer

ANGUSalive has launched a varied holiday activity programme for youngsters to enjoy throughout the summer holidays.

Mark Dowie
Monday, 12th June 2023, 7:00am
Kids' activities to make the most of summer

The programme will run from July 1 – August 13 and there is something to appeal to all tastes, from water sports and adventure activities; netball, hanging out on the climbing wall and football camps, to genealogy sessions at museums, and Bookbug for the little ones in the great outdoors to squeeze the most out of summer.

Also launched this year is ‘Time Trek’, where children travel through museums with special adventure backpacks.

Activities are tailored to suit all abilities, with disability and inclusion activities as part of the Biba (Be Inspired Be Active) programme including trampoline, outdoor adventure activities and a sensory poetry walk to name just a few!

ANGUSalive have received funding from Angus Council Holiday, Food and Fun budget for free swimming and inflatable sessions for four to 17-year-olds as well as a few of the disability and inclusion activities at Forfar Community Campus.

Laura Smith, Disability & Inclusion Lead said: “We’re delighted to have received funding from Angus Council Holiday Food and Fun Summer 2023 budget. This will allow us to offer free access to specific activities, improving opportunities to participate, progress and achieve together.”

Details of the new summer programme can be viewed at

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​The programme includes sports and activities at local museums.
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