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We run holidays for 8-18s full of great activities, friendship and fun with the opportunity to explore life with Jesus...
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Which holidays are right for me?

Ventures are fun-filled holidays that offer children and young people the opportunity to make great friends, take part in incredible activities and explore life with Jesus.

Falcons are subsidised holidays, designed to suit children and young people who may face disadvantage or difficult circumstances in their daily lives. 

School Ventures give pupils at Church of England primary schools the chance to investigate the core concepts of the Christian faith for themselves.

'The best thing about volunteering for Ventures and Falcons is seeing God at work in the lives of the young people and leaders who come.'

Rev Claire Corley

For parents and carers

With over 50 years’ experience of running holidays, Ventures and Falcons provide the perfect environment for young people to enjoy a fun, safe holiday with others their own age. 

All of our leaders are committed Christians and are required to provide references and undergo a DBS check in line with our safer recruitment process.

We are committed to doing all we can to enable children and young people with a range of needs to take part in Ventures and Falcons, and are always happy to provide more information and answer your questions.

 

For children's and youth leaders

Taking your youth group on a residential holiday is a fantastic way to strengthen both faith and friendships. Ventures and Falcons provide an easy way for your group to reap the benefits of quality time away.

We take the hard work out of organising a residential, so you can focus on the important stuff - helping young people get to know Jesus better, in a deep and fruitful way which goes far beyond the holiday.

There are discounts available for new groups, and with around 100 Ventures and Falcons to choose from across England and Wales, we'll help you find the ideal holiday for your group.

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