Notts County Foundation is pleased to have been sub-contracted by Nottingham Forest Community Trust to deliver the government’s Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) programmes during the Christmas holiday.
The HAF provision provides healthy meals and enriching activities in the hope of encouraging improved diets, increased levels of physical activity and higher levels of socialisation during the school holidays.
Emma Trent, Head of Programmes at Notts County Foundation, said: “We are delighted to be working alongside Nottingham Forest Community Trust to deliver this crucial programme across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. Every child has the right to enjoy their time off from school during the holidays without any barriers to entry. Through the HAF programme, we hope to help as many families as possible to make some happy memories after what has been a turbulent 20 months for everyone.”
Notts County Foundation will deliver holiday clubs at the Forest Sports Zone, Highbank Primary School and South Wilford Primary School between Monday 20th December and Thursday 23rd December from 9am to 3pm.