Our Junior holidays for those in Years 6 to 8 are the perfect introduction to Lymington Rushmore.

Our holidays have a fun, friendly atmosphere, giving every young person an unforgettable holiday and the opportunity to explore the Christian faith.

2023 dates

JUNIOR HOLIDAYS

Week 1: Sun 9th – Sat 15th July
Week 2: Sun 16th – Sat 22nd July
Week 3: Sun 23rd – Sat 29th July
Week 4: Sun 30th July – Sat 5th August

Cost: £425 (bursaries are available)

PLEASE NOTE: To avoid disruption to groups and activities, we are unable to accept bookings for only part of a holiday. Applications are accepted for only one of these holidays and early booking is advisable. 

Enjoy

The inclusive, friendly atmosphere of our holidays makes it an ideal place to make good friends – for many this is what brings them back year after year.

Experience

From high-octane to super relaxed activities – our holidays offer something for everyone!

Explore

Through informal, age-appropriate talks and discussions we aim to give everyone the opportunity to consider the Christian faith and its relevance today.

Location

Our Junior Holidays are held at Sandroyd School, a beautiful countryside setting with lots of venues for activities nearby and not far from the coast. 

Activities

Each day is packed full of activities catering for a wide variety of interests.

    Go Karting / Laser Tag / Aqua Park  / Archery / Go Ape / Cookery
    Wide Game / Paintball / Escape Rooms / Swimming / Football 
    Beach Trip / Giant Water Fight / Dodgeball / Slip n Slide / Golf / Dancing 
        • Arts & Crafts / Donutting / Ski Slope Ringos
       / Hunt the Spy / Colour Wars

     

Plus Lymington Rushmore’s very own games:
Padder, Ragger, Crystal Maze AND MORE! 

Programme

Whilst each day is different on our holidays, here is what a typical day might look like:

8.10 Morning swim

8.40 Breakfast

9.35 Morning Meeting

10.00 Activities

12.10 Swim

1.00 Lunch

2.00 Afternoon Activities

4.00 Tea

5.40 Swim

6.15 Supper

7.45 Evening Meeting

8.30 Evening Entertainment

9.15 Wind-down & Bed

At each meeting there is a short age appropriate talk exploring some aspect of the Christian faith and its relevance to everyday life. Whatever their religious backgrounds or beliefs, people find these engaging and thought provoking and appreciate the Christian ethos which undergirds the holidays.

Food

Our home-cooked food is prepared by our own team of volunteer cooks, and is healthy, varied and plentiful! We are able to cater for different dietary needs by prior arrangement.