To pay for activities in the October half term holiday activities, please select the number of places required from the sessions listed below, enter each participant’s name and contact information. Any optional information (such as allergies and intolerances for Breakfast Club) should be included on the child’s registration form.
There are now all-day Sport and Art tickets including Breakfast Club and Afternoon Club with discounts on for siblings on all Sport & Art days and our 6+ football camp!
When complete, select ‘Add to cart’ to proceed to checkout and payment. Sibling discounts will be deducted automatically at checkout.
Parents had great fun at OCRA Gym, Trampoline & DMT Club’s ‘Bring a Parent to Gym’ week. The annual event encourages parents to join in with their child’s weekly session, and gives children the chance to teach their parents some skills! Continue reading Family gymnastics at OCRA
The Oke Croak is a must for all off-road runners. The 10.69-mile route is challenging with 2,000 feet of ascent over the rugged moorland of northern Dartmoor. You will be heading out of Simmons Park through the beautiful wooded valley beside the River Okement before starting the climb up the ancient “Goat Path.”
Our kick-off activity for this year’s Summer Holiday activities proved a popular draw; for the first time, OCRA and West Devon Swords staged a Family Fencing and Archery session, with parents and children side-by-side and face-to-face in a test of martial prowess. Continue reading Taking aim at family fun
The Ultra Tour of Dartmoor (U.T.D) creates the most challenging and adventurous way to circumnavigate the Moor within a 100 mile event. A complete tour, encompassing as many wild and not-to-be-missed places as possible, a landscape steeped in myths and legend.
SNAP is a fun, social club for children and young people with special needs to make friends and learn new skills.
Led by Melissa Coyle, Elaine Lightfoot and Vicki Pritchard, children and young people meet every Thursday, 6.45-8.15pm, to enjoy music, dance, gymnastics, trampolining, and develop throwing, catching and other fundamental movement skills through games and other sports. Continue reading SNAP (Special Needs in the Park)
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