Primary school children can kick start their winter school holidays with a range of activities delivered by the Huddersfield Town Foundation!

The week leading up to Christmas will see the Foundation deliver three separate ‘camps’, two at Leeds Road Sports Complex and the other at the DRAM Community Centre.

Starting on Monday 20 December and finishing on Wednesday 22 December, one of the Leeds Road offers will be purely football. Players will train with the Foundation’s FA qualified coaches, learning new skills and tactics and playing small-sided games.

Children wanting something slightly different can head to the DRAM Centre on the same dates for a mixture of arts and crafts and multi-sports.

The arts and crafts will take a festive theme, like designing and making Christmas decorations.

Sports on offer will include football, dodgeball and sports day style games.

Each day on both programmes will start at 9.30am and finish at 3pm, with no early drop off or late pick up available. Registration will commence at 9.15am.

The Leeds Road football offer is priced at £40 for the three days of activity, whilst the DRAM Centre camp is free of charge to those on free school meals.

To book your child onto the football offer at Leeds Road Sports Complex, please CLICK HERE.

Alternatively, the arts and crafts/multi-sport offer can be booked by CLICKING HERE.

In addition to the above there will also be inclusive multi-sport offer, suitable for children between the ages of eight and eighteen with a disability or special educational needs.

There are limited free places available for this offer – please CLICK HERE to book.

The Town Foundation delivered similar activity at Leeds Road throughout the summer holidays and October Half Term. Watch the video below to find out what the children thought of them!

All Town Foundation coaches are FA qualified, child safeguarding, and emergency first aid certified, and enhanced DBS checked

If you would like any further information, please contact Football Development Manager Nathan Thorpe via email in the first instance: