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During school holidays there are lots of fun free activities for children, young people and families.
From sports camps and museum activities, library events to the school holiday clubs subsidised by local community committees – there’s lot of fun happening in Salford over the school holidays on the Salford Community Leisure site.
There are loads of things happening across the city all year, from arts and crafts in our museums to play schemes in our parks, check out the what's on events listing for information.
There are also loads of things for young people to do on the MyCity Directory.
Our children's centres offer lots of fun activities from play sessions and day trips to story times and teddy bears' picnics. They also give parents the support and advice they need.
Salford Community Leisure's Community Sports Development team are offering local children and young people a range of activities in local communities around the city. Find out more about sports activities for young people and things to do this summer.
Fancy getting wet? There are a range of courses at the Helly Hansen Watersports Centre.
There are activities for children taking place throughout the summer holidays at many of Salford's libraries.
Find out what activities are happening at Salford Museum and Art Gallery.
Find out about inclusive play and leisure activities for disabled children and young people.
There are lots of activities happening in your local community, check your local community pages for more information.
From trips to Chester Zoo to learning how to cook healthy meals, sports clubs and summer cafes, there’s a wealth of activities taking place supported by the Healthy Holidays Grant Fund, funded by NHS Salford CCG and administered by Salford CVS.
Some require booking, some are on a drop in and have fun basis – take a look on the Salford CVS website.