PH SportsPH Camps
PH SportsPH Camps

About PH Camps

Past, Present and the future of PH Camps

About Us

In the early days

PH Camps was set up in 2006 starting with our popular Cricket Camps in Trowbridge and Warminster with around 2-3 coaches. We look at maintaining high quality drills and skills to ensure all children would benefit from the Camps, this happens through video analysis, 1:1 coaching and games.

PH Camps works closely with surrounding schools to ensure a good community and established sporting opportunities are available around the area.

To the present day

PH Camps now run a number of successful camps around Wiltshire, Hampshire and Somerset. We are constantly looking to evolve the camps and bring fresh, fun, exciting new activities to the camps to ensure that all campers have a fun packed holiday break. Our staff provide high quality Multi Activity Holiday Camps for all children aged 4-13. The staff teach in schools around the area during term time.

The venues

To see the exact location of these venues please visit Camp Locations.

If you would like to see what a typical day at one of our camps would look like please visit Typical Day Plan.

We understand that you may need some additional support. So we offer Breakfast and Extra Clubs to allow you to drop your child off a bit earlier or collect them later after work.

We aim to capture a wide range of children from all interests and hobbies, to come along and enjoy our fun filled camps. PH Camps strive on keeping the children thoroughly entertained and energetic. We work on adapting their social, sporting and creative skills allowing each child to develop and gain the best out of their PH Camps experience.  There is always something for everyone to enjoy and to take part in all our exciting activities that we offer. Please visit Camp Activities.

Don’t miss out! Please visit Book camps to secure a space for your child!  Or alternatively if you have any further questions please don’t hesitate to call. Our contact numbers can be found on the Contact Page.

 

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