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High Life Highland Schools Out Summer programme planned for July

High Life Highland today confirmed the good news that their popular Schools Out summer programme is being planned in full for the school holiday period this summer. 

The programme is very popular with children of all ages across the Highlands with activities ranging from intensive swimming lessons to mountain biking and outdoor activities.

Steve Walsh High Life Highland Chief Executive said, “I am delighted that it looks like we are going to be able to deliver a full programme again this year across the Highlands. I know how important our Schools Out programme is to local communities in a normal year so to be able to deliver a full programme this year is a huge milestone for all of us.”    

There are over 1000 different activities already planned from Bookbug sessions to stand up paddleboard and the charity are confident they can add more before the summer starts.

Andy Macleod High Life Highlands Outdoor Events and Facilities Manager said, “We are working hard to provide as much as we can and are currently talking to local instructors to see if we can add anything else to the programme. It will be fantastic to see our young people being able to enjoy activities again that we may have taken for granted prior to the pandemic.”   

A full list of activities will be available to view from Monday 17th May and bookings will open at 7am on Monday 7th of June.