Mole Valley District Council is providing a range of free, virtual activities for children of all ages to enjoy in any weather. Easily accessible via Mole Valley’s website, there is something for everyone, from online workouts for different age groups and ideas for outdoor activities such as walking trails; orienteering and even Mole Valley’s very own ‘park bingo’.
Children are encouraged to keep active outdoors as much as they can and try one of Mole Valley’s nature trails, or develop skills in football, tennis or golf. Mole Valley’s Orienteering Club has new walking trail suggestions and there is a Teddy Bear train ride in Denbies Vineyard, Dorking for the younger children to enjoy too.
Councillor Hazel Watson, Cabinet Member for Community said: “I’m delighted that we have been able to come up with such a wide ranging programme of Easter activities this year. Children of all ages will be able to find something interesting to keep them active.”
Councillor David Draper, Cabinet Member for Leisure said: “We’re really keen to keep Mole Valley active and hope that our varied offer will be widely used and enjoyed. Stay active and safe this Easter and let’s hope for some sunshine too!”
The online classes cater for both younger and older age groups, the Fern Fitness workouts are perfect for those who want an energetic start to the day (suitable for 5-12 years olds).
Additional classes held online are those by Ezee Sport at Home, specifically for improving ball catching and throwing skills and a wide range of dance courses, both available for all ages.
Visit molevalley.gov.uk/holidayactivities to find all the details.