Royston children to jet off to holiday club

PUBLISHED: 12:01 27 October 2018

Children in Royston can go to a desert island-themed holiday club this half term. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Children in Royston can go to a desert island-themed holiday club this half term. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto


Children in Royston could find themselves on a desert island this half term – well, almost.

Psalm Tree Island Holiday Club – for children aged four to 11 – is at Royston Methodist Church in Queens Road from Monday to Friday next week, each day from 9.45am to 12.30pm.

There will be lots of themed activities in 30 or 35-minute sessions – including craft, games, puppets, songs, drama, and Bible stories. Children can come every day, or just days to suit the family.

Admission is free and booking forms can be requested from or just turn up on the day and complete a form then.

For further information call Gill Grainger on 01763 242682 or Richard Elcock on 01763 208381, you can also email


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