Summer holidays are coming… what activities to do with the kids?

With schools set to hit the summer holidays in a few weeks you can’t leave it any longer to put together a programme of activities to keep the kids occupied and entertained.

East Lothian Summer Activities Programme 2013
You can view the summer programme online or download a copy here.
East Lothian Council has now released its activities programme so that you can see what’s on and where it’s based. There’s plenty to choose – from Archaeology to 3D animation, surfing to mystery museums trail.

The 2013 East Lothian Council Summer Activities Programme lists hundreds of classes, courses, projects, fun and games for youngsters from pre-school age up to teens.

The Summer Activities Programme gives kids the pick of hundreds of activities from sport to arts, story telling to rock climbing and even gorge walking.

Activities run throughout the summer and cover both indoor and outdoor events so, whatever the weather, there is something on offer. Many activities are free or have a modest charge. Some require to be booked in advance, so check the programme carefully.

Copies of the free programme have been distributed to all East Lothian schools and further copies are also available at local libraries and sports centres. Alternatively you can view it online or download a copy here.

Midlothian Programme

If you live reasonably close to Midlothian then you might also be interested in the programme of activities being offered there. You can view Midlothian’s programme here. Dalkeith Community Campus is one of the closest venues and about the same distance from Pencaitland as the Aubigny Centre in Haddington.

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