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Wensleydale @ Dallam

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Four days in the beautiful Cumbrian countryside to have loads of fun, make new friends and learn about what it means to follow Jesus. There will be crafts, games, lots of time outside - both on-site and nearby. You will be made very welcome whether you come on your own or with friends. A great introduction to Venture holidays!


Dallam School, Heversham, MILNTHORPE, Cumbria Map


29 July 2018 - 2 August 2018 (4 nights)


Approx 55 places for ages 8 - 12


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Joanna Anderson (07958 659704) Luke Parker (07983 067565) Mark Anderson (0191 246 0763)



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Joanna Anderson
23 Alwinton Terrace
Tyne and Wear
Tel: 07958 659704

    About The Leaders:

    Mark and Jo Anderson live in Newcastle upon Tyne where Mark is a paediatrician. They have three children; Ben, 16, Georgina, 14 and Florence, 5.
    Jonny Parker lives in Barnsley with his wife, Ruth. They work for St Andrew's Church, Kendray.
    Luke Parker lives in Newcastle upon Tyne with his wife, Fiona. He works for Christ Church Newcastle.

    Accommodation Type:

    We have a fantastic boarding school site where there is loads of outside space and plenty of places inside to relax together and play games. We will be sleeping in cosy dormitories with leaders nearby.

    Activities and Programme:

    There will be plenty of games, crafts, activities and fun both inside - in the massive sports hall - and outside in the beautiful grounds. On our final night we will have a bonfire. Each day we will have a meeting together and a small study group time to learn about our King, Jesus. There will be plenty of time for everyone to relax together, get to know one another and get to know Jesus better.

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