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Our Chairman Nick Abbott awarded an MBE for the difference he has made to young people from Salford, chairing not just The Salford Children's Holiday Camp but the Salford Foundation and the Salford FoundationTrust - Trustee’s and Management committee would like to congratulate Nick on his award of an MBE in the Queen’s birthday honours list - congratulations and deserved recognition for your services to young people and the City of Salford.
Alan Prosser, Director of the Welsh Blood Service sent us a thank you letter to show his appreciation to our on-site Managers Jo and Doug for their continued work throughout the covid pandemic with regards to the use of our site for their staff and blood donors.
It was a well received, thoughtful surprise for Jo and Doug, highlighting their commitment and character to help wherever they can.
We have some new play equipment down at the camp, a pentagon set of swings, a basket swing that can take disabled children, a mini roundabout for younger children a Titan swing carousel.
This is all thanks to The Cotton Industry War Memorial Trust.
I am sure our visitors are going to enjoy all the equipment.
Denbighshire Youth Service held their Summer Camp at the Salford Children's Holiday Camp in Prestatyn this year and it was a great success!
It was held over three weeks in August and our onsite Managers Jo and Doug received a special recognition certificate from the visiting group.
Thanks for the recommendation and review on social media.
Meet Jo and Doug our onsite Managers who will look after you when you visit the camp.
They will ensure every visit runs smooth and that you enjoy your holiday as much as possible.
They can be contacted for bookings and enquiries on 07816 671275 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Ceremonial Mayor and Mayoress visited us on the 13th of February 2019 as one of the selected charities to benefit from The Ceremonial Mayor’s Charity Appeal. They spent the afternoon down at camp having a look around and also visiting our Community Café. The Salford Children’s Holiday Camp really appreciate and value their support.
Many thanks to Belief – a Rhyl-based charity which supports other charities in the area. Salford Children’s Holiday Camp was delighted to accept a cheque for £187.50 to fund a leaflet distribution in the Rhyl Journal to publicise the Community Café and the community room facilities. Use of the facilities provides a useful community resource and brings us much-needed funds throughout the year. Thanks to Mark Ellis from Belief for making this possible.
Our new sports flooring has been laid in the play barn and is ready to be used, next job will be to decorate the walls….watch this space!