Wednesday 6 July 2022 01:27 AM Mail Force offers extra places on summer camps to Ukrainian children following ... trends now

Wednesday 6 July 2022 01:27 AM Mail Force offers extra places on summer camps to Ukrainian children following ... trends now
Wednesday 6 July 2022 01:27 AM Mail Force offers extra places on summer camps to Ukrainian children following ... trends now

Wednesday 6 July 2022 01:27 AM Mail Force offers extra places on summer camps to Ukrainian children following ... trends now

Millions more smiles! Mail Force offers extra places on summer camps to Ukrainian children following overwhelming demand from fleeing families Mail Force is expanding its £1million summer camp project for Ukrainian children We are offering free places on activity weeks to welcome thousands of families The camps help children learn English, make friends and give mothers a break Do you know a Ukrainian family whose child would like to attend a summer camp? Go to https://www.mailforcecharity.co.uk/

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Mail Force is today expanding its £1million scheme to fund summer camps for Ukrainian children in the UK after its phenomenal start. 

To offer a warm welcome to the thousands of families who have fled the horrors of the war, we are offering free places on activity weeks. 

HOW TO APPLY

 Do you know a Ukrainian family whose child would like to attend a summer camp? 

Go to www.mailforcecharity.co.uk

Browse any of the providers listed to find camp locations and dates that suit.

Note that all camps are day-visit only, not residential, and transport is not included.

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The educational summer camps will help children learn English, make friends and have fun, and give their mothers a break at the same time. 

More than 86,000 Ukrainians have fled to Britain since the start of the war – and thanks to the incredible generosity of Mail readers, thousands of places on activity weeks have been filled. 

Today the Mail Force charity, set up by the newspaper, is announcing a new partnership with Activate Camps, which has 31 venues across England for children aged five to 14. Tom Swainston, head of camps at Activate Camps, said: ‘We are delighted to be offering funded places to Ukrainian children this summer. 

‘We have a variety of sport-specific and multi-activity camps, offering children the opportunity to experience a summer camp in a sport or activity they already love, or try something new.’ 

He added: ‘Our coaches are fantastic at using body language to provide clear visual demonstrations and instructions, to help all children be comfortable. And kids are amazing at helping each other and those who may not speak English.’ 

The new company joins Kings Camps, Premier Education, Barracudas, Smile Club in Northern Ireland and St Mary’s Ukrainian School in London, which have all been inundated with inquiries. St Mary’s is now completely booked out. 

Mariia Rubtsova and her ten-year-old daughter Yeva, found summer camp at St Mary’s London a welcome distraction from their memories of fleeing their home in Cherkasy, in central Ukraine

Mariia Rubtsova and her ten-year-old daughter Yeva, found summer camp at St Mary’s London a

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