YHA doit4real Holiday Summer camps 2008 for 10-16yr olds from £25 - HotUKDeals
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Please read the info taken from the doit4real website. Note the concessions still appear to be for residents of ENGLAND!

There is a downloadable brochure and the application form needs to be printed off and sent via the post. Book early to get a place at the camp you want BUT last year they reduced the £199 places to £100 to fill the last few, so if you're not that fussed you might want to risk it and wait.

My children went last year and had a great time. You can also get free adult membership to the YHA included and a voucher off accommodation, just fill in the info requesting membership on the form.


How much is Camp?

Do it 4 Real Summer Camps would usually cost between £450 and £599. However, thanks to support from the Department for Children, Schools and Families, subsidised places are available to young people living in England.

The £399 concession price is available to all

The £199 concession price is available for participants from families who are eligible to receive Child Tax Credit.

The £25 concession price is available to participants from families who are on Income Support, eligible to receive Working Families Tax Credit, receiving free school meals and looked-after children.

Concession places are limited, so book early! Applications will be processed on a first come first served basis.

About Camp

This year there are nine different camps at 27 locations for you to choose from. With loads of activities, there really is something for everyone, and this year also sees the addition of three new camps.

Performing Arts
Urban Vibe
Adventure Expedition
Ultimate Fun
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#1
What a fantastic offer! I work with loads of kids in an inner city school - they'll really go for this. Thanks for finding this.
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shame not all parents can afford it...
#3
shame its only for residents of England..I live in Scotland and would love my kids to go but can't afford the full price
#4
my kids would love this,dont think theres any in scotland
#5
Enrol them in the Scouts

They always do summer camps etc
#6
this is a great offer ive just had a quick look and would book 1 for my daughter but just dont know what to choose any advice appreciated im looking in the north
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I think it becoming more and more unfair on the hard working, honest families to see this type of discount. Very few families can afford £500.00 but how on earth can it be discounted to £25.00 for the 'less priviledged' ??? I pay more than enough tax to fund free housing and meals for these people and then I find they get free holidays...
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I think it becoming more and more unfair on the hard working, honest families to see this type of discount. Very few families can afford £500.00 but how on earth can it be discounted to £25.00 for the 'less priviledged' ??? I pay more than enough tax to fund free housing and meals for these people and then I find they get free holidays...


Please don't generalise about your perception of "these people". I get 10 pence per week income support as my income from child support (my children's father works hard to afford this) and Incapacity benefit (which I paid my taxes for when I was fit and working) covers my needs financially. I am very thankful there are holidays like this, we might miss out on a family holiday but at least the children get the opportunity to go.
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mschief
Please don't generalise about your perception of "these people". I get 10 pence per week income support as my income from child support (my children's father works hard to afford this) and Incapacity benefit (which I paid my taxes for when I was fit and working) covers my needs financially. I am very thankful there are holidays like this, we might miss out on a family holiday but at least the children get the opportunity to go.


Good on you. Just ignore :thumbsup:
#10
These are excellent holidays. My daughter and a friend went to Live Like A Star at Ilam Hall in Peak District and we paid the reduced price of £99 that i found on hukd. They had a fantastic time and were even given a YHA rucksack, metal water bottle, raincoat, t-shirt, pens, sweets and were sent a dvd of their time there!!
I was gobsmacked how much they were given and the hall was so beautiful it would have suited a footballers wedding venue!!!
According to the girls the food was plentiful and lots of choice - like being in a hotel and the activities ans staff from all over the world were brilliant - will be sending them again!!
Incidentally my brochure states £150 NOT £199 for families eligible to receive child tax credit - hope this helps.

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