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Summer Activities for young people 2020

Looking for some activities for your children this summer? There are a range of initiatives for children of all ages in the Isle of Man to try new sports, learn new skills and make friends during the summer holidays!

With social distancing measures lifted, the Isle of Man Government’s Manx Sport and Recreation team and the Youth and Careers Services are gearing up for a jam-packed summer of activities to support young people during the summer holidays.

Manx Sport and Recreation will run multi-sport holiday schemes at the National Sports Centre in Douglas, providing a positive experience through sport, in a safe, fun and productive environment.

Sessions are available for children in Reception through to Year 7 and cost £15.70 a day - with daily and weekly schemes available from 27 July - 8 September.

To find out more, click here or call (01624) 688588.

In addition, the Isle of Man Youth Service offer a range of holiday clubs, educational activities through the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme, careers advice and support and a wide range of activity sessions.

Holiday clubs are for years 4-6 and other sessions are up to age 18. Sessions are from £20 a day with daily and weekly schemes available from 27 July - 4 September - as well as some evening provision. They are also continuing drop-in support sessions for specific groups such as lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBTQ).

To find out more call (01624) 686076.

Help is also available for those moving on from education into the world of work. The Careers Service will host daily drop in sessions at locations across the Island from Monday 27 July. Career experts will be on hand to discuss employment and training options available on Island.

To find out where the closest drop in session is to you click here.

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