Spalding Baptist Church holiday club

Doing the Seaside Rock with Spalding Baptist Church holiday club. Photo: SG300816-100sg
Doing the Seaside Rock with Spalding Baptist Church holiday club. Photo: SG300816-100sg

They have been doing the Seaside Rock and making sea monsters at Spalding Baptist Church holiday club this week.

Run by children’s and young people’s worker Debbie Clarke, the week-long holiday club is something the church has been doing for 20 or possibly 30 years.

Administrator Judy Taylor said some children attended every day, while others came for a day or two.

She said: “On the first day we had about 50 and that’s about right in terms of what we normally have.”

That day’s activities on the Seaside Rock theme – Peter means rock – included a quiz, with youngsters aged five to 11 building parts of a lighthouse when they answered questions correctly.

Judy added: “They are also making sea creature mobiles and sea monsters, using lots of cardboard boxes.

“We also have singing and action songs. We have a lot of adult and teenage helpers. It’s good fun and everybody thoroughly enjoys it.”

A beach party for 10-14s with a barbecue was also planned, as well as a murder mystery for young people aged 15 and above.