Why Not Spend the School Holidays at Camp Coconuts?
22nd March 2013
If you're looking for things for the children to do this Easter why not try Camp Coconuts?
All through the Easter school holidays Coconuts Play & Party Centre in Barry will be providing fun-packed activities to keep the children entertained while they’re off school.
Attractions include Colin the Coconut’s giant play frame, where children can let off steam and play football.
When they’re not having fun in the soft play area the children can also enjoy quieter activities such as, painting, writing, other craft activities, hama beads, lots of games and most importantly making new friends.
The children will also be visiting local attractions such as Cosmeston lakes, Porth Kerry Park and Barry Island.
“Finding interesting things for the children to do in the school holidays can be tough, especially when household budgets are tight,” said Abeer Bafaqih, owner of Camp Coconuts and Daisy Day Nursery.
“Camp Coconuts is a great way for the kids to relax and let their hair down, and it also means you don’t have to worry about childcare as the children will be well looked after by our expert and fully qualified staff.”
Camp Coconuts is open on Sully Moors Road in Barry throughout the Easter holiday from Monday to Friday from 7.30am to 6.30pm for children aged between four and 11 years old.
Places cost just £25 per day and are limited to 24 per day so if you'd like to book a place please call 01446 729949 and ask for Ceri Stokes.
Camp Coconuts will return to Coconuts Play & Party Centre in the summer holidays.
Notes to editors:
Coconuts is a children’s play centre near Sully and Barry in the Vale of Glamorgan.
It is owned and run by the same company which runs Daisy Day Nursery in Cardiff and Barry.