Holiday Club 2017 - for P1 -7 - going Round the Bend

This years action packed Holiday Club 'Round the Bend' is on Monday 24th July to Friday 28th July from 10.00 to 12.00 in Pathhead Village Hall for Primary 1 to 7 kids. Booking is now open so please email to - or phone David Richardson 01875 320041 for more details.

This year we are going 'Round The Bend' with Mrs McBossy and her two favourite Traffic Wardens, Stan and Harry. There will be the usual fun, crafts, games, challenges, Bible Stories, and the ever popular daily soap drama . . . and I am sure there will a custard pie or two! We finish with a family BBQ on Friday 28th, and then highlights from the week will be shown at the Holiday Club Celebration on Sunday 30th July at 10.45am in Pathhead Village Hall.

Just how many donuts can Harry and Stan eat? Who is asleep in the shed? Is Ratty's tail ruined forever? Will Dad's burgers poison the judges? What will Susie do about Grandma's skateboarding? And will you get a parking ticket? You will have to come along to find out!


Holiday Club 2016

Sniffer and Co, the Tyne Valley Parish Church Annual Holiday Club, was a great success again this year. Super Spy (Louise Spencer) led the young trainee spies (the children) as they helped Sniffer (Alan Cobain)  and Bungler (Robert Simpson) try to solve "the Case of the man called Jesus". Along the way the trainee spies had great fun with crafts, games, songs, challenges, and stories. The week ended with a sunny BBQ and Sunday Celebration.

The Holiday Club can't operate without a large team of volunteers who lead the teams, do the drama's, work in the background, paint, create the stage set, provide the food, and many other tasks. We also had some great youngsters helping this year, so THANK YOU ALL.



              Holiday Club 2015 - Clowning Around

About 50 children each day were kept busy with games, messy challenges, drama's, quizzes, and singing. They enjoyed the fun of the circus with Clown's Fred (Alan Cobain) Joey (Robert Simpson) and the Ringmaster (Louise Spenser), and a great team of leaders. The Clown's tricks kept going wrong and custard pies and eggs added to the fun. One day the teams constructed cars to cheer the clowns up, and with the building of a strong man's towers the children reached for the stars. There was a daily drama with Jack and Sally in the 'Monster Puppet show', in 'Behind the Scenes' we saw what had been happening in the daily soap opera about the circus, as nasty Nigel tried to take over the circus, but was foiled by Winnie and the others. It was all brought together with the bible drama.

The week finished with a BBQ, games and Zumba in Callander Park and a Celebration in the Village Hall on the Sunday where everyone was able to see photo's and parts from the weeks fun.