The Easter bunny has arrived early with the announcement of Trust Thamesmead’s The Link Thamesmead and Sporting Club Thamesmead’s latest Boredom Busters school holiday activities programme.

The egg-traordinary activities programme is open to young people aged 5-19 who live or go to school in Thamesmead and offers a Week-Long Football Course, Street Dance, High Ropes and Archery classes, Golf and Tennis coaching, Arts & Crafts, a Nature Trail, Movie Afternoon, Recording Sessions and a Talent Show, so there’s something for everyone!

Sporting Club Thamesmead’s Centre Manager, Simon Jones, who put the programme together, said: “Life is all about experiences; learning, meeting new people and having fun and we believe our Boredom Busters programme does all these things in abundance.”

Trust Thamesmead’s Marketing & Communications Officer, Julia Hickson said: “As well as offering something for young people every school holiday, the Trust is proud to showcase its two new facilities by using the grass pitches at Crossway Park which is a part of Sporting Club Thamesmead and the arches at The Link Thamesmead; our state-of-the-art community hub which is built in the arches under the Harrow Manor Way flyover, which has got to be seen to be believed!”