NFS Summer Camp returns for 2017

Bookings are now open for the New Family Social summer camp 2017. The camp is a unique opportunity for LGBT adopters and foster carers to spend a long weekend together with their children and many other LGBT parented families.

Now in its eighth year the camp takes place in the Midlands in August. There’s a packed schedule for all who come, with events for children of all ages, as well as for adults. All activities are organised by LGBT volunteers and allies.

The activities aren’t compulsory – if you just want to chill out with your family you can do that too! However, you will need to accompany your child to all events.

There’s also time set aside for families who’ve not attended before to mingle and meet others.  You’re welcome to come along even if you don’t have a child yet – it’s a great way to get to know others.

You can cater for yourself or use the onsite caterers (at an additional cost).

Activities for younger children

Bouncy slide & playground area
Mini-disco / film time / story time
Volunteer led activities each day
Craft activities every day
Nature trail
Baking
Parachute games

Activities for older children (aged five and older)

Climbing/abseiling/zip-wire
Archery
Crate-stacking
Log in to find out more and to book your summer break now!

Day tickets are also available for anybody that wants all the fun, but not so much of the camping!

Published in NFS news on March 23, 2017