Youngsters can have a fun-filled October school holiday thanks to the team at East Renfrewshire Culture and Leisure.
A wide variety of activities are available for toddlers to teenagers to take part in and enjoy at local venues between October 17 and 21 once the schools close.
They include sports, like football, gymnastics and athletics to arts and crafts, including painting, performance and animation.
The kids can even sign up for the Superhero Academy, which will see them design and make their own superhero costume and mask.
The activity sessions can last for a couple of hours, a half day, or even a full day and are great value for money, keeping youngsters occupied during the school break, and is bound to be easier for parents on both their time and pocket.
Anthony McReavy, chief executive of East Renfrewshire Culture and Leisure, told The Extra: “We’ve got some fantastic activities that will keep the kids active, artistic and healthy as well as encouraging them to let their imagination run wild.
“All activities are run by an enthusiastic, professional and qualified team who are always thinking of new ways to ensure young people have a great time.”
Log on to www.ercultureandleisure.org/activities for full details of how to book the activities available for youngsters this October school break.