OneRen’s Step into Spring programme has been launched with a fun-filled programme of activities which entertain the entire family throughout the Easter holidays.

Running from 3rd – 14th April 2023, the Spring Kids’ Camps are back and open to kids from P1 to S3 with children and young people taking part in outdoor activities including scrambling, gorge walking, mountain biking, rock climbing and kayaking, taking in some of Scotland’s most beautiful sites.

There are also football camps at the On-X in Linwood, a dance and movement camp at Park Mains High School and an Active Families disability sport and activity club at The Lagoon Leisure Centre in Paisley.

As well as the kids’ camps, family films will be showing at Johnstone Town Hall and Renfrew Town Hall, with favourites including Minions: The Rise of Gru and Hop on the big screen.

Both town halls will also play host to pottery and textile workshops, allowing families to explore arts and crafts, inspiring your creative side.

Photo: Clay workshop

Stephen Halkett, the Glasgow comic and science teacher is your host for a fun filled interactive show on how to save our beautiful planet. His Save The Planet show is aimed at children aged 5-12 and takes place at Renfrew Town Hall.

Photo: Stephen Halkett

We’ve got a world premiere piece of theatre coming up over the next few weeks. Award-winning Glasgow dance collective 21 Common bring their dance spectacular ‘Common Is as Common Does: A Memoir’ to Johnstone Town Hall.

The performance is based on an autobiography which explores domestic and class violence through the lens of a Cowboy Western saloon. Book your tickets now at Age restriction 14+

Michelle Woods, Deputy Director of Business Development at OneRen, said: “Our hugely popular Spring Camps are ideal to keep the kids entertained during the Easter School holidays. Whether it’s enjoying the best of Scotland with our programme of exciting outdoor activities or football, dance and indoor sport and physical activity, there really is something for everyone to take part in.

“We’re also bringing a huge programme of performances, theatre, craft activities and films for all of the family to enjoy. We hope everyone can take part and avoid claims that there’s nothing to do during the holidays!

Places are limited and you can book now at:

Photo: Kids Spring Sports Camps are back

By Ricky Kelly

Main writer for Renfrewshire News

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