PGL has discounted its remaining summer camp holidays by up to 60 per cent.
Teenagers aged 13 to 16 could learn to drive a real car in Lincolnshire, with a seven-night holiday at Caythorpe Court near Grantham starting Saturday 16 August now reduced to £258, down from £645, saving £387. With instruction on private roads, looking at theory and practical knowledge as well as hands-on driving skills in dual-control cars, teenagers can get a head start – in safety – with plenty of fun activities mixed in too – from abseiling to zip wire thrills at this 65-acre estate.
At Osmington Bay in Dorset budding film-makers can get creative – with all the equipment provided – on holidays starting 16 and 23 August, with different groups for 10 to 13s and 13 to 16 year olds. Pay as little as £247, down from £619 for a full week’s holiday and saving £372. Children learn the basics of film and sound recording, scriptwriting, sound and visual effects, directing and editing – as well as being in front of the camera!
And for those who want to try a whole range of activities, there are ‘multi-activity’ breaks of four-nights or seven-nights at adventure centres including Winmarleigh Hall in Lancashire, just an hour from Manchester and Liverpool. The 50 acres surrounding the Victorian mansion include woods to explore, a lake on which to canoe and a quad bike track. A week at Winmarleigh Hall is now half price, with places on the last week of summer – starting 23 August – from just £259.50 for children aged seven to 16.
All holidays include accommodation, all meals, activities, equipment, instruction and supervised fun from dawn to (after) dusk.
For further information or to book visit PGL.