SOLIHULL council have released information on a wide range of fun activities in the borough and beyond.
From summer camps to days out, creative arts, library events and activities for children with additional needs – there is something for everyone.
Details of HAF (Holiday Activities and Food) programme funded activities can also be found, which cater for children eligible for benefits related free school meals.
Coun Michael Gough, cabinet member for children’s services and skills at Solihull Council, said: “We know that parents and carers often struggle to find ways to entertain their children during the long summer holiday period, and finding childcare can also be a challenge.
“The new summer activities section of the Solihull Council website is a one-stop shop to help residents looking for things to do this summer, whether it’s for just for children and young people or the whole family. Both free and paid for activities are listed, catering for all ages and abilities, including children and young people with additional needs.
“I encourage all parents and carers to visit the website, to help plan varied, interesting and fun activities for the family this summer.”
Visit: https://www.solihull.gov.uk/summer-activities for more information.