Shiver-me-timbers! Youngsters invited to Landlubbers Holiday Club in Melbourn

PUBLISHED: 12:01 27 August 2017

Melbourn Baptist Church members will host the pirate-themed summer activity sessions for youngsters next week.

Melbourn Baptist Church members will host the pirate-themed summer activity sessions for youngsters next week.


Ahoy shipmates! The summer holiday club at a Melbourn church is almost ready to set sail.

Melbourn Baptist Church will host the pirate-themed summer activity sessions for youngsters aged five to 11.

They will be be able to search for the buried treasure at the church, where the entertainment will also involve sea shanties, rations from the galley, games, Bible stories, and crafts.

Baptist minister Rev Stuart Clarke is excited about the club.

He said: “We are really looking forward to turning the church into a desert island, complete with a palm trees and a shipwreck, ready for a week of action-packed activities.”

So if you want your children to join the crew from Tuesday to Friday next week between 10am to 12.30pm, check out the website – just make sure they don’t walk the plank!


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