'Every little helps' might be the motto of a large supermarket, but one large church in Camberley is also doing it's bit to help families this summer holiday.
St Paul's on Crawley Ridge, is hosting free children's activities Thursday morning's in August. There's a different theme each week, starting with 'reduced reuse recycle' on 2 August 10am - 12pm.
Children's worker, Sarah Hounslow said: "Times are tough for many families right now. 'Living Christ in Camberley' is our mission statement. That means helping and caring for the people of our parish. Providing free fun family activities for 5-11 year old's I hope will help split up their week. This is something that everyone can join in with, it costs nothing."
The full programme is:-
2 Aug - reduce reuse recycle. Junk modeling
9 Aug - play in the park. Old fashioned games, at South Cote Park
23 Aug - messy science. Be ready to make a mess and see strange things happen
30 Aug - summer craft. Cards, biscuits and lots of sticking
To find out more please visit stpaulscamberley.org.uk or contact Sarah Hounslow on 0778 999 5274.